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  • colinda leon

    Make a glass marble tabletop with dollar store bags of glass gemstones & some resin - would love to do this to our bedside tables once we redo our room!

  • Cindy Riipinen

    DIY- Glass Marble Tiled Table-(Paint a thrift store end table. Grab a bunch of dollar store glass marbles. Glue. Cover with glass) by @Heather Creswell Creswell Creswell Mann: Dollar Store Crafts

  • Brooke Naef

    Make a glass marble tabletop with dollar store bags of glass gemstones & some resin um i love these to spice up our end tables

  • Kelsey Bailey

    Paint a thrift store end table. Grab a bunch of dollar store glass marbles. Glue. Cover with glass - could add a picture frame to the top of existing bedside tables, fill in with marbles - nice change without being permanent

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