Pebble Art with Pallet Wood!

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Old power washed and sanded pallet wood for frame. Plain sanded 3/4" plywood for backer.

I made this using leftover pallet wood, sanded plywood backer, leftover sliced pebbles from my bathroom remodel and plain old sticks and stones from my backyard. Took all of 2-3 hours or so to cut, sand and glue. The longest part was finding the perfect stones for the family and the layout of the trees. In case you're wondering, that's my wife and me and my three young daughters. This was the perfect piece to finish off our newly remodeled bathroom. This would be a great project for a family of all ages.

Required Skill Level: 
Beginner
Estimated Time Investment: 
Afternoon Project (3-6 Hours)
Finish Used: 
Just poly over backer, nothing else. The pebbles are glued with liquid nails and sticks are held with basic garbage bag ties.
Estimated Cost: 
I used all leftover materials, so $0.

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