1. Clean Your Pallet
Give your pallet one more scan for any loose nails or chipped wood that could cause an injury. Use sandpaper to smooth out any blemishes. If you wish to paint your pallet, do so before step two. Be sure to use a water-resistant paint.
2. Attach the Landscape Fabric
Choose which side of your pallet you want to show and lay your pallet face down.
Begin to roll the landscape fabric across the entire back, sides, and bottom, leaving the top and spaces between the slats uncovered so plants can grow up and out of your pallet.
Use two identical pieces of landscape fabric for a thicker, sturdy back. Staple the fabric into place at the top left edge of the board, pulling it tight, repeat on the right side. Staple every two inches to prevent soil spillage.
Repeat the stapling process down the pallet until the back, sides and bottom are fully covered with fabric. Get staple happy and go over the spine of the pallet or anywhere you think soil could fall out. Trust us you cannot over staple this project.