Uncategorized DIY Pallet Chair Guide

Published on November 28th, 2011 | by Beth Buczynski

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Handmade Holiday Gift Idea: DIY Pallet Adirondack Chair

DIY Pallet Chair Guide

Editor’s Note: Here at Insteading, we believe the holidays should be about fun and family instead of credit card bills and consumerism. To that end, our 2011 Handmade Holiday Gift Guide series will feature affordable, DIY gift ideas that are both stylish and sustainable. If you know of a gift idea we should feature, please contact us. Happy Making!

Looking for a gift that will surprise your loved ones AND keep valuable resources out of the landfill? Look no further than the DIY Pallet Adirondack Chair from Repurposed Goods.

This gift idea is perfect for the handy-person who loves to make presents, or the DIY-lover who needs a new project idea.

Pallet Chair finished

At only $5 for the guide, the only other requirements to make this gift are a few simple tools, two used wooden pallets, and a few hours in a spacious workspace.

Get One: Repurposed Goods currently sells their DIY guides on Etsy.


 


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About the Author

Beth believes many societal problems can be solved through sharing or other alternatives to the corporate system. I'm interested in exploring the growing collaborative consumption movement and how sharing is changing the way we work and play. See what I'm up to by following me on Twitter as @ecosphericblog.



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