Wednesday, December 14, 2016

DIY Pallet St Louis Skyline

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Whew! Tough work but I finally finished my Pallet St Louis Skyline!

Sorry for the lack of pictures and instructions but it was really a trial project just to see what would happen. And I'm pleasantly surprised by the outcome!
I used a few pieces of a pallet for the background, quarter inch boards for the skyline and then framed out the piece once it was ready.
More details and instructions to come. Maybe I'll try out of few other skylines.... Chicago, Seattle, New York...

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