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This (Penny Tiled) Desk Makes A Lot Of Cents ... you could do this with bottle caps as well....

This (Penny Tiled) Desk Makes A Lot Of Cents ... you could do this with bottle caps as well....

penny table top

penny table top

Scrabble Tile Floor - Family Home in Kitsilano, Vancouver

Scrabble Tile Floor - Family Home in Kitsilano, Vancouver

Procurando ideias para criar uma bancada de cozinha? Então confira essas 24 ideias que são super...

24 Bancadas de Cozinha Bonitas, Modernas e Criativas

Procurando ideias para criar uma bancada de cozinha? Então confira essas 24 ideias que são super...

Love this DIY penny table! With pennies going away this would be a super cool way to keep them around, and im sure be an antique soon enough lol

Love this DIY penny table! With pennies going away this would be a super cool way to keep them around, and im sure be an antique soon enough lol

Shot glass from a beer bottle. Neat!

Shot glass from a beer bottle. Neat!

Mosaic Mirror: Mirrors make rooms seem larger and livelier - let this project help you achieve that! Using colored glass mirror tiles, you'll make an inspiring creation that will reflect like a disco ball and cascade light into your room. http://www.dickblick.com/ProjectIdeas/Mosaic-Mirror/

Mosaic Mirror: Mirrors make rooms seem larger and livelier - let this project help you achieve that! Using colored glass mirror tiles, you'll make an inspiring creation that will reflect like a disco ball and cascade light into your room. http://www.dickblick.com/ProjectIdeas/Mosaic-Mirror/

one cent art

one cent art

Penny table diy

Penny table diy

Wondering what to do with that jar of pennies collecting dust in the back of your cupboard? Well, we’ve finally found a good use for them thanks to Tonya Tooners. The Portland, Oregon-based DIY enthusiast used over 13,000 coins to make a beautiful patterned floor in her house, and as you can see, it’s worth every penny!

Wondering what to do with that jar of pennies collecting dust in the back of your cupboard? Well, we’ve finally found a good use for them thanks to Tonya Tooners. The Portland, Oregon-based DIY enthusiast used over 13,000 coins to make a beautiful patterned floor in her house, and as you can see, it’s worth every penny!

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