Time to finish my penny gazing bowling-ball.

CeeJai
by CeeJai
I pick up pennies off the side walks so it doesn't cost me a penny...(hehehe).
I painted the bowling ball with copper paint first - then glue on the pennies with Goop glue. I leave the holes so people can see it is a bowling ball.
Pennies from heaven ;0
close up
sitting on my tree stump seat
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  • Patty Patty on Feb 19, 2016
    How many pennies did it take?

  • Cheryl Keller Cheryl Keller on Nov 26, 2017
    May I use clear gorilla glue to glue the pennies on? May I spray Rust-oleum painters touch 2x ultra cover gloss clear over finished project? What is the best way to seal finger holes? Thanks!

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  • Connie marsh Connie marsh on Mar 14, 2016
    You can also purchase a cleaner for copper. Many used to clean and shine the bittoms of their cookware with this

  • Margaret M Schulte Margaret M Schulte on Jul 17, 2018

    I am making a penny ball too,but I tried gorilla glue but that didn't seem to work so I decided to use hot glue gun. Now to see if it holds up in the outdoors! Lol

    • CeeJai CeeJai on Jul 27, 2018

      Let me know if the hot glue works. How did you get the gorilla glue off?

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