I wasn’t really in the mood to do any organizing, but there’s a rebellion going on in the barn door cabinet in my entryway, and I was in the middle of it.
I use the cabinet to hold paint supplies, but the cabinet could only hold so many containers, and I had crossed that line.
Every time I open the cabinet, a container comes flying out at me, and I knew a paint explosion on the floor was in my future if I didn’t come up with more storage for some of them.
I didn’t want to spend any money, so I came up with a pallet project to solve my paint supplies storage problem.
Well, I had three more of them that I’d never done anything with, and they were the perfect size to hold my painting supplies.
They don’t take up much wall space, but they hold a lot of containers, so now the supplies that are in my entryway cabinet aren’t throwing a fit and trying to escape anymore.
If my supplies are happy … I’m happy! 🙂
I’m a monthly contributor at My Repurposed Life, where I posted the tutorial to make this pallet project, so I hope you’ll pop over and say “hi” there!
Here are a few of my past pallet project ideas you might like as well! 🙂
There are lots more pallet project ideas in this “Crafting with Wood Pallets book (affiliate link).
It’s written by Becky, one of my co-hosts of Talk of the Town!
Now on to the sale! 🙂
I need to clear out some space, so I’m having a sale just for my blog readers on the items below. The discount is only for these items, so please purchase any other items from my shop in a separate transaction (stencils, digital downloads, etc. need to be purchased separately).
20% off select Knick of Time items
Use the code KNICKOFTIMEFRIENDS when you check out for the discount.
The sale ends on Aug.4th.
This antiques book lamp is available HERE.
The overalls wall pocket is available HERE.
The mason jar stenciled bread board is available HERE.
This mason jar wall decor with cup hooks is HERE.
This enamelware pot with handle is HERE.
The antique trunk tray repurposed into a display shelf is HERE.
The Mrs. Claus sign is HERE.
The framed school chalkboard is HERE.
And last is this wooden tray with handles. It’s HERE.
Vaya con Dios,