Handmade coffee table with a french chocolate label that I just finished.


table top after stain
In the process of painting (picture from Graphics Fairy)
still painting
complete
close up
finished

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2 questions
  • Judy Steffen
    on Apr 16, 2016

    How did you make the legs of the table ? Do you have a tutorial to share?

  • MM
    on Jul 12, 2016

    What did you use or how did you create the legs? Thank you. Btw, the artwork is beautiful!

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  • Cheryl S
    on Apr 4, 2012

    Some people are so creative!!

  • Jeanette S
    on Apr 13, 2015

    nice! dejeuner can also be breakfast (now referred to as"petit dejeuner"); also, "en feuilles" means "leaves" or "layers" so, full translation would go something like "have Rayraud chocolate for breakfast - comes in leaves". Chocolate and hot chocolate are still relatively common in France (and other European countries) for breakfast and/or lunch - or at least they were when I lived there 30 years ago.

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