Dollar Tree Pallet Wood Bathroom Organizer Tutorial

$3 Dollar Store Craft Idea Reclaimed Wood Organizer @savedbyloves

Could you stand to be a little more organized in your bathroom?  I know I could.  I find organizing rather boring, unless I can combine it with creating a cool home decor accent.  Today I am sharing a project fitting that bill- a rustic, chalkboard reclaimed pallet wood bathroom organizer using cute little jars I scored at the Dollar Tree recently!  For only $3 and some supplies I had on hand, this project packs a big punch on the cheap.  You can totally make this.  Give it to Mom for Mother’s Day!

SUPPLIES:

How to make wood pallet bathroom organizer

Pallet wood plank about 15 inches

Amazing Goop or E6000

Saw tooth hanger

Hammer

3 Dollar Tree Jars

Chalkboard Paint

Small Paint Brush

Tape Measurer

Marker or pencil

TUTORIAL:

Begin by hammering the sawtooth hanger in the middle upper back of the wood.  You want to do this before gluing the jars in place.

How to attach jars to wood with Amazing Goop

Measure placement for the jars and mark three evenly space dots on the front of your board with pencil or marker.  This board already had 3 evenly space holes drilled for a project that never happened.  Apply a generous dot of Amazing Goop on the board on the marked spots and on the jars in the middle back.  Let this sit for 2-10 minutes, then place jars, holding gentle pressure on each for about 1 minute.  Let this cure for a couple of hours before the next step.

How to make wood pallet art

Paint the indented area with Chalkboard paint.  This took several light coats, drying 15 minutes between each.

DIY Wood Pallet Dollar Store Craft

Label with chalk and hang on wall!

Do you love it?  I do!

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Comments

  1. Talie Murrin says:

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  2. Talie Murrin says:

    Where did you get the lids? I found the jars at dollar tree but not the lids
    Thanks

    • grands3519@att.net says:

      The lids should have came with them, you should go back to Dollar Tree! I just picked up 2 of these a few nights ago for another project I saw but I am using Johnnie’s AWEOMSE idea now, for sure!
      A small tip, depending on what you like best: I snipped off the plastic bands under the lids, that helps keep the lids secure. I personally needed LESS reason for these jars to be ripped off the board, when my grand-daughter (who is quite rough but will hopefully be a major pro-softball player one day) yanks the lids off to grab something out! :-)

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