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How to Cover a Countertop with Pennies

If you liked the tiled penny floor idea, then you'll love Michael's penny countertop. He says the project was quite easy and took approximately 6 to 8 hours to complete. He used about $77 in pennies, which, including his other supplies, came to about $7.50 a square foot. Cheaper than granite! Comple...
  • Heather Miller

    I'm a little obsessed with penny projects right now. I love the look of copper and I think the mosaic effect with all those different patinas is amazing!

  • Tylina Salisbury Zimmerman

    Pennies! If you don’t have the patience for an entire floor, you could always just do your counter. This one’s made of pennies with epoxy poured on top — the epoxy brought the price up to about $7.50 per square foot, still way cheaper than tile — and the maker has put step-by-step instructions up on ?bar counter top

  • Peggy Lusardi

    5 DIY Penny Kitchen Countertops | Shelterness

  • Sheri Orvis

    would make a cool bar top in a man cave

  • Deanna Rinehammer Foley

    Penny Countertop. Love the idea - not sure about an entire counter though...

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