I made this Tiki Pallet Wall Art from the leftover remnants of other pallet projects. I keep remnants that are at least somewhat chunky as they'll always come in handy for various projects.
Put those remnants to good use and make our own Tiki Pallet Wall Art:
I tried my hand at making a bit of Tiki wall art by using some of my remnant pallet pieces. I started by getting a piece of plywood that I used as the base of the project. Next, I trimmed the various remnants to size and dry-fitted them. I shaped them and sanded the pieces until they were smooth. I applied a base coat of acrylic and let the pieces dry. Then, I glued and screwed them to the plywood for rigidity. Finally, I painted the pieces the way I wanted and applied a coating of varnish to seal. I think my Tiki Pallet Wall Art came out pretty neat, and it used scraps of pallets!
Editor's note: When dry-fitting and then coating the project, it can help to use a pencil and number the backs of the pieces, putting a corresponding number on the position of the plywood, so you don't glue a piece down in the wrong location.