Whip up this DIY pallet tree for Christmas in minutes with a purchased tree that makes creating projects like these super simple. Fill your yard with these cute light up trees that will look great this holiday season. Customize with whatever lettering you like but you can use our free SVG file for this version.
- Darice DIY Pallet Christmas Tree
- Outdoor Paint (in red and green)
- Outdoor Vinyl
- Transfer Tape
- Cricut or Silhouette Machine
- Free SVG file (click here to download)
- Darice String Lights
- Paint Brush
- Staple Gun
Paint your DIY pallet tree with any good quality outdoor paint. I did alternating pieces with red and green. You can use any colors that you love on your version. Allow to dry completely before continuing.
Flip over your piece and add lights all around the back as shown below. I carefully used a staple gun to secure the strands to the wood. Be sure not to get the staples in your electric cord. You want each staple to be around the cord only.
Then click here to download the free SVG file for the lettering. Cut from outdoor vinyl on your Cricut or Silhouette machine. If you want more information on uploading images to Cricut Design Space, you can click here for a video. Then just weed your vinyl to remove any excess and use transfer tape to start adding to your pallet Christmas tree.
Continue all the way down the tree then set it outside and light it up! If you want to add this DIY pallet tree to your yard, I would recommend nailing a long stake to the bottom so your can secure into the ground.
Another neat way to use this Darice wood pallet tree is to make a DIY Christmas Card Holder.
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