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  • Jackie I
    Jackie I Phoenix, AZ
    I've seen this done on a powder room floor! Gorgeous!
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  • Joyce Flom
    Joyce Flom Billings, MT
    What a unique idea! Love the results! BERNICE, my grandmother put several old cards in frames & hung them. I now have them on display in my home - one card is from 1908! Anyway, gave me the idea to put Christmas cards that I really like in frames and
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  • Patricia Morse
    Patricia Morse Lake City, PA
    For those who want to know where to buy epoxy, if you have a Hobby Lobby, they sell it..... and don't forget to get their 40% off coupon which is online every week.
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  • Karen Pothier
    Karen Pothier Demorest, GA
    Love love love this idea!
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  • Char J
    Char J Virginia Beach, VA
    The most coin dealers around here (Virginia Beach) will give for pennies is 2 cents each...including wheats! I even have some in albums and they weren't interested. I may end up posting the albums on eBay...and re-do the tops of my end tables in pennies! LOL
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  • Kelly S
    Kelly S Bremerton, WA
    Would these hold up to the outdoors like on a table or potting bench shelf?
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  • KMS Woodworks
    KMS Woodworks Nederland, CO
    Kelly S if these were embedded in a "bar top" 2 part poured mix It would hold up very well to rain and moisture. The number one "killer" of most outdoor finishes is the degradation due to UV
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  • Kelly S
    Kelly S Bremerton, WA
    KMS Woodworks , thanks for the info. I don't know yet where I'm putting it. I have to build it first and then see where it fits. I want to make one using an old kitchen sink like several ones here
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  • Alexandra Arena
    Alexandra Arena Forest Hills, NY
    WOW! This is amazing!
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  • Polly Zieper
    Polly Zieper Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Joyce-My maiden name is similar to yours,Flaum -Do you know where your name comes from?

    Sometimes people pronounce it Flom, but it is supposed to be pro nounced like Flowm. We've been told that it means plum in

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  • Pat Cobb
    Pat Cobb Gibsonville, NC
    I would say this is one-of-a-kind!!! Neat job. Thanks for sharing!
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  • Paige Walker
    Paige Walker Alvin, TX
    There are many requirements to have Perfect or a beautiful Kitchen one of the best is granite counters kitchen you can visit http://www.mainlandstoneworks.com/mainland-s...
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  • Connie In Texas
    Connie In Texas Humble, TX
    I did this to the top of a small step stool. Looks good. But it is the epoxy that I do not think I want to deal with on a countertop. AND got rid of a bunch of pennies!
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  • Arle
    You did a great job, can hardly wait to start on the top of an old trunk we have hanging around.
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  • Jan 3 Boll
    Jan 3 Boll Muskegon, MI
    Another Idea: If you have a counter that is boring but you rent or don't want anything permanent - make a frame of 1"x3" and cut one end to match the height of the sides (as the end of the counter that touches the wall will bring the end higher).
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