Using pieces of scrap pallet wood and fun farmhouse die cut mule, I created this Unique Pallet Sign for my Farmhouse Kitchen.
Since moving here, I’ve learned that we live in “Dimple of the Universe” but our town is also called the Mule capital of the world. Our area is locally and affectionately known as Muletown. How cute is that?! Last year, I attended a local craft fair and found an adorable tin cut mule and knew I had to have it!
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Unique Pallet Sign
I had some what I thought was unusable pallet wood left over from my kitchen island project, and was able to fashion a sign from three leftover pieces.
I attached the mule using liquid nails and clamped the pieces together.
The rusty elements of the mule with the warped, broken pieces of pallet wood make me swoon. This sign lovingly has the nickname “Wonky Donkey.”
(Scientifically, I understand the difference between a mule and donkey, but since they’re closely related, I think it’s applicable here! Plus it’s the perfect rhyme!)
I had originally placed it on my open shelves in my kitchen, where it lived for a while.
I found this little sign from Stacey from Anchored Soul Designs. Her shop carries so many fun, handmade pieces and I couldn’t decide which ones to get! I finally settled on this precious cow.
But I noticed something else!
This other sign caught my eye with the proud exclamation of my city, Muletown!
A perfect pairing with this Unique Pallet Sign. I moved Mr. Wonky to another bare spot in my kitchen that desperately needed something there.
Aren’t they adorable?
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