DIY Outdoor Dartboard Made from Pallets & Link Party

Once again, I’ve joined up with my crafty friends from the Creative Craft Blog Group {CCBG} to bring you our weekly Link Party. You can link up any of your crafty projects below….after you read all about my DIY Outdoor Dartboard….of course. *This post contains affiliate links and you can read my full disclosure here.*

Old fence and pallets used to make an outdoor dartboard.

How to Make an Outdoor Dartboard Using Pallets

I am a huge fan of taking “trash” and repurposing it into something unique and unexpected just like this outdoor dartboard. Over the last few weeks we have been preparing for summer and sprucing up our patio & deck area. Taking the 3 pallets that have been sitting against the garage for the last year and repurposing them into an outdoor dartboard have not only cleaned things up around here but it has also provided the family with some great entertainment too.

Enjoying a quick game using the outdoor dartboard made from pallets.

Even though this dartboard is technically an early Father’s Day gift, I wouldn’t have been able to get it done without the help of my handyman hubby. {Trust me, he doesn’t complain about having to break out the power tools and yes that is an affiliate link to the nail gun pictured below.}

Assembling the outdoor dartboard with a Craftsman nail gun and pallets.

My husband has been collecting darts for years and the dartboard was a flea market find so naturally my crafty brain headed straight over to Pinterest to do some research on outdoor yard games.

There were so many option on how to make an outdoor dartboard that we just did a mash-up of several ideas and this is what we came up with. I am happy to say it has provided the family with hours of entertainment with our collection of backyard games.

Outdoor dartboard made from recycled pallet wood

Creative Craft Bloggers Group Link Party #17

How does a link party work?

Every Thursday a group of my crafty friends will host a new link party. By linking your recent homemade project to the bottom of this post a thumbnail image will be added to the collage with a link to your blog so that  we can visit your blog and see what you have been making.

Your project could be featured!

Each week one of my crafty friends and myself will choose our personal favorite link of the week. If you are featured on one of our blogs, grab this button and share the good news with your crafty friends. {Put the button on your blog and share it on Facebook too.} Featured posts will also be added to the Creative Craft Bloggers Group Pinterest Board.

CCBG featured button

Make sure you visit my fellow Co-Hosts to see all the fun and crafty things they have to share with you as well as their featured guest.

Try it – Like it |Life Beyond the Kitchen | Our Daily Craft | Leaves & Stitches

My Featured Post of the Week

My featured link of the week is this old rusty bike turned into awesome yard art submitted by Tonya over at Hey There Delyla. Not only did she do a great job with the bike but she creatively used it to hide an eyesore in her yard. I am such a huge fan of uniquely repurposing junk for the perfect punch of wow and Tonya has my vote.

Hey There Delyla

Link Party Rules

I am excited to be inspired by your crafty projects and homemade goodness. Before you link up your project, please take a quick peek at the rules below and feel free to share this party with others. {The more the better.}

        • Link to a specific post, not your home page.
        • Link up something YOU made/wrote/created.
        • Giveaways, other link parties, Etsy shops or business links are not accepted.
        • Don’t link and run. Try to visit at least one link and show them some love. You may make a new friend.
        • Please do not pin from the thumbnails below. If there’s a post you want to pin please click on the link title to visit the source and pin from their blog.


 


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8 comments

  1. Janet says:

    I love that you did this outside! I always think of dart boards as being in the basement – dark and dingy. I bet this is so much fun!

    • Denise Bryant says:

      Yes, we have a patio that needed some love and attention off the side of our deck and this is the perfect gaming area.

  2. Sarah says:

    I love this outdoor dartboard!!! I have an old pallet laying around and I may have just found another “honey-do” project! 😉 Thanks for the great idea!

  3. Sam@Raggedy Bits says:

    Love this idea! It would be great out on our deck for the kiddies to play when they come to visit…… who am I kidding hubby and I would play it too!

    Thank you for hosting! Hope your enjoying your weekend 🙂

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