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Penny Countertop

Kitchen on May 21, 2016
Took our dated laminate counter and covered it in pennies and epoxy. Messed up a ton along the way, so if you'd like to do something similar check out my tutorial at http://www.domesticimperfection.com/2012/05/penny-countertop/
  • penny countertop, countertops, home decor
  • penny countertop, countertops, home decor
  • penny countertop, countertops, home decor

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  • Scottie Vosburgh
    Scottie Vosburgh Round Hill, VA

    "alters, defaces, mutilates, impairs, diminishes,falsifies, scales, or lightens any of the coins" She didn't do any of that. They could still conceivably be taken out of the epoxy and put back into circulation.

  • Mary Stanley
    Mary Stanley Jacksonville, FL

    Pennies are not consider legal tender, so it is fine to do this.

    • Carol May
      Carol May Meadville, MS

      @Marilyn Roenneburg Pennies are coins that cost more to produce than the One Cent which they are worth.

  • Rosalie chow
    Rosalie chow San Francisco, CA

    I deleted the pennies art I made. The pennies had been removed long time ago. I just have the picture. I just hot glue on the plate and cup. Thank you for letting us know.

  • Paulette Schmidt
    Paulette Schmidt Norman, OK

    I really love the use of objects in a non traditional way. Using old coins for an art project or craft is no different than hoarding coins for coin collections or change you've been saving for a rainy day for the last 10 years. Appreciate the

  • Lyn Therese
    Lyn Therese Muskego, WI

    The only time it matters as to the condition of the coins is in collecting or turning them in to a financial institution for reimbursement. The coins can't be put through the coin counter. They must be cleaned and in usable condition before the bank