One afternoon at my house, my nephew Tyler and I took a walk and spotted a pallet curbside at a neighbor’s house. We couldn’t just leave it there so we hauled it to my house where Tyler promptly "wanted to help Aunt Stephie make a Lego table."
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Step 1: Watch the Video
Step 2: Sand the Pallet
Tyler got excited in this project and painted the pallet before we sanded but we would suggest sanding before painting!
We used a multi tool to get some of the rough spots off.
Step 3: Paint the Pallet
Painting a pallet is always more fun with a 4-year-old!
Step 4: Pick Out Casters
Don't forget hardware to attach to the pallet.
Step 5: Cut a Piece of Wood for the Top
We used MDF to lay over the pallet. It was already painted from a previous project.
We cut the extra off with a circular saw.
The wood top was heavy enough we didn't feel it was necessary to attach it to the pallet.
Step 6: Attach Casters
We added a block of wood to screw the caster into for extra support.
Step 7: Add Lego Base Plates
Enjoy your Lego Pallet!
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