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How To: Turn a Bookcase Into a Bar

Time: 3 days including drying time approx. 12 hours Cost: $60 Not all of us can afford a standalone bar in regards to space or cost, but most of us can afford to take a thrift store or flea market bookshelf and turn it into your very own Bookcase Bar, like Theresa did for last year's January Jumpsta...

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How To: Turn a Bookcase Into a Bar

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