I had some weathered pallet boards and decided to make a rustic cross.
I cut them the length I wanted and my assistant/husband cut a dado on the table saw. The dimensions of the cross became 16 1/2″ wide x 19″ tall.
I glued the boards together and attached copper upholstery nails.
These photos are to show you the different crosses you could use with the pallet wood cross.
You can drill a hole through the cast iron cross and screw it to the wood.
You could probably use epoxy to attach this small cross.
You could also paint the wood or the cast iron crosses to give it the effect you wanted.
Here are the cast iron crosses shown in this project:
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