Organize and decorate with easy to make, budget friendly
ATLANTA, GA– November 17, 2015 – Crates & Pallet is home to products and projects featuring a variety of crates and pallets. Its holiday campaign, Sawdust & Snow, runs through January 1. As part of this campaign, Crates & Pallet teamed up with nine bloggers, and are featuring their projects on their website and on their social media sites, with step-by-step project instructions at http://bit.ly/1MkJDTh. In addition, the company has teamed up with RYOBI Nation and will feature several of the bloggers’ projects on RYOBI Nation. The bloggers will be competing for a prize by garnering votes, andRYOBI will award a $750 prize package for the blogger achieving the most votes for their project.
The bloggers used mainly small and large crates from Crates & Pallet (please visit http://bit.ly/1MKDFvn to see the crates) to create cool holiday projects.
“We’re excited to showcase some new holiday projects and hope these projects will motivate DIYers and crafters to create projects with our crates around the holidays,” said Kara Deason, Marketing Director for Crates & Pallet. “These economical projects will help you decorate and get organized for the holidays, and you can use them all year round.”
First up is the Thanksgiving Dessert Buffet. Alison Ogden from The Pink Tumbleweed (www.thepinktumbleweed.com) designed a beautiful buffet display with two large crates and one small crate. Painted to match the fall colors of your traditional Thanksgiving table, these upright crates hold desserts and décor to match.
Everyone will want to sit at the kids’ table this holiday season with the Kids’ Crate Table Workstation. Kathy Owen from Petticoat JUNKtion (www.petticoatjunktion.com) created this fun multi-use table for kids using two large crates and one wine crate. Kids can eat, play or work at the table any time of year!
The next project is a holiday wagon designed by Jenna LeFeron from Rain on a Tin Roof (www.rainonatinroof.com). Jenna used three large crates to make three holiday wagons, complete with wheels and a handle. These wagons hold holiday décor, presents, blankets, pillows, and anything you want to store. She chose red and blue, and they could be painted any color for the holiday season, or you can display them any time. Functional and fun these crate wagons are sure to be a hit.
This Christmas Village Display is a new twist on an old Christmas favorite, according to Katie Cleveland from Addicted 2 DIY (www.addicted2diy.com). She created these seven marvelous holiday scenes using five large crates and two square crates. This is the perfect place for your Christmas Village or any miniature scene for the holiday season.
Other innovative holiday projects include an Advent Crate by Amy Latta from One Artsy Mama (www.oneartsymama.com) , a Personalized Hanukkah Gift Crate created by Karen Cooper from Dogs Don’t Eat Pizza (www.dogsdonteatpizza.com), a Gift Wrap Station from Amy Rattleff at Highstyle Restyle (www.highstylerestyle.com) , a Bookshelf and Centerpiece from Melaine Thompson (www.mysweetsavannah.com) and a BLANK by Amy Geib (www.alwaysneverdone.com).
Large and small crates used in these projects are available online at http://bit.ly/1MKDFvn. Crates & Pallet makes new crates and pallets in various sizes that are sold to major big box retailers. The company strives to keep up with current market trends in order to continue to provide valuable products that generate ideas and spark creativity. For more information on Crates & Pallet, please visit us at www.cratesandpallet.com or call us at 1-877-926-6464.