There’s a holiday approaching, so after remembering our fallen military service persons, you may want to have some fun and build one of these great Memorial Day Pallet Project Ideas!
We’ve got lots of Memorial Day Pallet Project Ideas – from easy to challenging!
Here’s a project that you can have the kids help (or complete the vast majority of it as you supervise). Make yourself a Patriotic Pallet Flag / Yard Decoration!
Here’s a great Pallet Adirondack Patio Set that is painted with a patriotic theme!
Of course, you can show your country’s colors AND show the world who your favorite superhero is too…
We’ve got a DIY Video Tutorial for this Patriotic Woodburned Flag!
Perhaps you need a place to place that icy cold celebratory beverage? This Patriotic Coffee Table would be just the thing!
Here’s one of the great Patriotic Pallet Project Ideas that would be great to display year-round – this Patriotic Star Wall Art!
Everything patriotic doesn’t have to be a flag or painted to resemble a flag. How about just using the colors of your flag for a great Pallet Lounge Set?
Decorate for that Memorial Day Gathering the easy way – with a cute Pallet Fence all tricked out in a patriotic theme!
If your loved one was a military airman (or woman), then make a Patriotic Aviation Wall Art piece!
Make a Pallet Flag that is a work of art, too!
Gone Fishin’ in Patriotic Style with this Pallet Fishing Chair!
Make a cute Pallet Garden Flag to show your support!
This Military-Themed Pallet Table is pretty cool, too!
Of course, our list of Memorial Day Pallet Project Ideas wouldn’t be complete without a Rustic Pallet Flag. This crafter came up with a unique way to address the stars – and no painting required!
Which branch of the service did it best? So far, the only one representing is the Navy… Guess this is a challenge to the Army, Marines & Air Force to come up with their own Military-Themed Pallet Bars! :D
Here’s another fun Holiday-Themed Home Decor idea for you!
Editor’s Note: Memorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971.