DIY Wall Art with wood Pallet / LED backlight

This Browning Deer wall decor is an easy woodworking project to make, and it will look great on your wall. Made with reclaimed pallet wood , it’s a cheap diy project, i only had to spend 10$ for the stain and 2.50$ for the USB warm white LED strip from ebay but the cost can vary depending what stuff you already have. Now, take your jigsaw , print the logo you want and make this easy pallet wall art project. You can find free pallets in almost any big box store. You can also buy wood at your local hardware store, but the project will cost you more. I made an invisible support so you don’t see the wire for the usb lighting. Looks super clean on the wall and also make a nightlight.

– Reclaimed Pallet Wood
– Stain ( Im using SAMAN waterbased stain for easy application )
– Metal Tubing ( for wall bracket )
– USB LED STRIP ( from ebay )
– Heatshrink tubing
– Construction Adhesive ( Latex ) because wood glue won’t fill gaps and NoMoreNail is a gap-filling adhesive so it’s better for reclaimed pallet wood.

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Alex Becerra says:

How did you plug in the usb led once you put it in the wall? Do you drill another hole close to an outlet and bring it through?

Erika Cleugh says:

How do you mount it? You just slide the tube through the wall and it stays in place?

Kylan Wallace says:

That is so cool

Marissa Rick says:

I tried it at home for my camo bedroom and it went perfectly with the back round BTW how do I get the lights working I put it on the wall and it didn’t light up. Can I get some pointers

Kyle Family says:

How did u print or get the templet image? Thanks

Al Nahid says:

Can you plz give me the link of the logo?

Nikos DIY says:

Very cool project!

Yankis says:

So cool!

Kylan Wallace says:

About how much does it cost to get a large scale print

Luis Barron says:

I’m Luis wanna bay your art

Rok Podlogar says:

i think it’s the glue leftovers on the joints that didn’t take the stain opposed to soaking it in.

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