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Hey everyone, today I have a great little tutorial that you all are going to go nuts for! It’s a DIY Pallet Coffee Station that is perfect to organize your coffee cups and creamers! They make great personal gifts for people with dorms or small apartments too. There is so much you can make with an old pallet, and it’s always good to recycle wood any way you can! I think it turned out so cute, what do you all think? If you want to learn how to make your own then check it out down below.

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Check out the cool Americana Decor Color Stain Paint we used for this project!

Supplies: Pallet | Circular Saw | Mason jars | Hammer | Screw Hooks | Small L Brackets  | Nails | Americana Glass Chalkboard paint | Americana Color Stain in Chocolate |

Step 1: Cut your pallet into three 24″ pieces, and one 12″ piece. Add two supporting pieces to the back of the three long pieces, and nail together.

Step 2: Paint a thin layer of Color Stain onto your station and to the 12″ piece. Once dry add your L brackets to the 12″ piece and connect it to the bottom of the station.

Step 3: Measure out and screw the hooks into the board where you want your mugs to hang, leaving room below on your shelf for your mason jars.

Step 4: Paint a small strip on your jars to label them, and enjoy!

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