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Woodburned Pallet Jewelry Box Features Wood Inlay

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  • $5

I built a small Pallet Jewelry Box. I used two pallet deck boards and cut the wood into small pieces. I added an inlay to the top. I wanted the box to look similar to brickwork. I glued and nailed the small blocks together. To add structure, I used solid wood for the top and the bottom.

Add some pizzazz to your project with an inlay such as this Pallet Jewelry Box has.

I added an inlay to the top by using small blocks cut at 45-degree angles. Next, I cut out the shape in the lid. After construction, I burned the wood with a torch. I finished the project with a light sanding and then sealed with varnish. The burning did make a difference. It helps that I no longer needed any stain to get my desired effect. One word of warning: pallet wood burns quickly so take your time and work slow.

Here's my finished Pallet Jewelry Box.
My finished jewelry box project!
I stacked pieces to create a brickwork look on the sides of my Pallet Jewelry Box.
I stacked pieces to create a brickwork look.
The brickwork design created a natural dovetail to join the sides together on my Pallet Jewelry Box.
The brickwork design created a natural dovetail to join the sides together.
Here's the inlay design I chose for my Pallet Jewelry Box.
Here's the inlay design I chose.
The Pallet Jewelry Box is assembled. I used wood glue and finish nails to secure the sides together.
The box is complete. I used wood glue and finished nails to secure the sides together.
I cut the top of the Pallet Jewelry Box to fit the pattern and once it was glued in, I sanded it flush.
I cut the top to fit the pattern, and once I glued it in, I sanded it flush.
This is another view of the top of the Pallet Jewelry Box with the completed inlay.
This shot is another view of the top of the jewelry box with the completed inlay.
I opted to leave most of the inlay pattern natural on my Pallet Jewelry Box, but woodburned the rest of the box to highlight the grain.
I opted to leave most of the inlay pattern natural but woodburned the rest of the box to highlight the grain.
I recessed the hinges of the Pallet Jewelry Box and left the inside natural, but woodburned the inside of the top.
I recessed the hinges and left the inside natural, but woodburned the inside of the top.

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