Have you all seen the Maya Road wood pallets?? The mini 4x4 pallets are just adorable and have so many uses! Today I'm showing you how I connected two together to create this hanging photo decor. It's a little sweet fall goodness that is small enough to hang nearly anywhere.
I love the natural look of unfinished wood but this time I stained the pallets with gold Distress Stain for that extra warm autumn feeling. Now, I'm a pretty big fan of my glue gun so that's what I used to assemble this once the stain dried. I used crochet trim for the hang loop at the top, added scalloped trim at the bottom, and connected them in the middle with a short length of linen trim. The pallets are light enough that just that small strip will hold.
I printed my photos as small squares so that plenty of the wood was still visible and I had room to add embellishments at the corners. Soft felt and velvet flowers in neutral brown, cream, and green keep that natural feeling that I was going for.
I also tucked both green paper leaves and the more delicate die cut orange leaves into each flower cluster for even more detail. And I finished each pallet with a linen pennant and wood token. Sweet embellishments for two sweet faces!
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Maya Road Supplies:
- DIY Wood Mini Pallet
- Linen Burlap Trim: cream
- Vintage Linen Burlap Roses
- Cream Crochet Trim
- Scalloped Trim
- Felt Roses: chocolate brown, taupe
- Velvet Pleated Flowers
- Geometric Leaf Die
- Linen Mini Pennant Banner Pieces
- Small Paper Leaves
- Wood Wild and Free Tokens