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Goodwill table, flat marbles, glue, grout, done! CUTE!

Goodwill table, flat marbles, glue, grout, done! CUTE!

From Throw Away Marbles To Yard Mobile    i really like ths, might have to start one :)

Mobile glas/ knikkers From Throw Away Marbles To Yard Mobile i really like ths, might have to start one :)

Flat-on-one-side marbles glued to a tabletop and then grouted. As soon as we're in a house, I'm SO doing this.

Flat-on-one-side marbles glued to a tabletop and then grouted. This is sooooo coooolll

Mod Podge fabric to a table, pour resin on top, let it dry overnight into something fabulous! Want to do this!!

Fabric-Covered Resin Table Redo

Probably going to do something like this to our coffee table and side tables. Mod Podge fabric to a side table, pour resin on top, let it dry overnight into something fabulous

Wooden letter from crafts store, flat marbles from dollar store...this technique would be perfect for a mermaid's tail or a beach party (patterned surfboard or a starfish or anchor).

Would love to do our initial in black with flat red marbles for our kitchen! Wooden initial and flat marbles/fish bowl marbles in pretty colors

I have a house full of cherry, Queen Anne end tables. I don't know if I could bring myself to paint and decoupage them, but I really like this idea!

Crafts Using Wine Bottles | ... and often use the bottoms of wine bottles in my windows the bottles

Cutting Glass Bottles

A stained glass window using cut wine bottle bottoms. I love stained glass windows. Mebbe this could be a good alternative

I've been looking for something to do with my bottle caps!  Maybe not this extensive, but it's got me thinking!!!

My current project - the laundry room

DIY Coffee Table Top with Bottle Caps. I wouldn't do a coffee table like this, but this would make a fabulous mosaic art project for the littles!

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Very cool idea for upcycled painted furniture.these would do well at a 'Folk Art' gallery or festival.

1. Paint a base coat color (this will be what shows through), let dry completely  2. Lightly apply vasiline with fingers in the areas you want the base coat to show  3. Paint with second color (top coat), let dry  4. When completely dry, use a damp rag to clean off vasiline  5. Seal with polycrylic

paint technique for cherry red and turquoise distressed cedar chest, painted furniture, Use Vaseline to distress or give your furniture a two tone paint finish Petticoat Junktion

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