I recently found several clear mason jars from a thrift store and decided to use them in my kitchen. I wanted to display them on the counter, but needed something fun to put them in. So, I enlisted my husband Nate to build me a wood tool box from pallet boards.
I don't have measurements for you since you can make yours any size depending on the widths of your pallet boards, but here's Nate's process:
Attach sides to the end pieces
Nate had to cut two pallet boards to cover the bottom
Drill holes in each side and insert your wooden dowel for the handle.
You can glue the handle in place or screw in through the top like Nate did.
Using my new favorite paint technique, I whitewashed my tool box.
Then filled it with my mason jars and other goodies!
Yay for fun storage!!!
What do you think: Should I stencil something on it or leave it as is?