Summer is coming to and end in my town. My children are ready to start off the school year next week and work is back to business as usual as well. I couldn’t be more thrilled!
Over the last couple weeks, I’ve collected tin cans for the pallet shed and attached them to the plywood as they were collected. It’s been a long process, but it’s starting to finally take shape.
Today my family and I hung three top sections of the roof.
This entire repurposing project has been one of the biggest projects that I’ve ever taken on. I am overly thrilled with the outcome and still can’t believe with their help we built this shed. And just think, a year and a half ago I had never run any type of saw. Truly amazing!
So if you’re thinking of starting a new DIY project, jump in with both feet. If I can do it so can you!
Coming Soon… More progress of Project: Pallet Shed and Project: Pallet Deck.
Would you like more details on the construction process?
You’re in luck! I recently launched a book with all the juicy details. I explain the why and how the shed was built from start to finish. Grab your copy of Pallets & Tin Cans today.
If you’ve missed a previous pallet shed post you can find them below.
Project: Pallet Shed
Post 1– Pallet Shed Floor
Post 2– Walls and Framing
Post 3– A Couple Windows and a Door
Post 4- Covered Front
Post 5– Roofing Material
Post 6– Tin Roof in Progress
Post 7– Pallet Shed Roof
Post 8-Pallet Shed Finishing Touches