Penny countertops – Ashley of Domestic Imperfection had her work cut out for her when she decided to create a DIY penny countertop in the kitchen. What looked like a simple project took an improbable turn, but she recovered and has an amazing DIY countertop to show for herself. Find out how he did it by reading his tutorial. You will need black paint, fading remover, pennies, cedar edging, and epoxy.
First de-laminating the countertop. For new plan, make counter top while installed. Then painted the black countertop. Make sure our cents were shined the way we wanted. Then the gluing began. So much gluing. For this project, use gorilla glue. Wanted the pennies to wrap around the countertop and look all modern and impressive? So, for this we had to cut a lot of pennies for these penny countertops.
Now, for whatever reason, the cents did not keep queuing. Then came the epoxy moment. Mix according to the companies instructions include pour, and spread with a spatula. The epoxy was self-leveling, so it did not have to be too exact. We will did get a lot of bubbles, so we went with the hair dryer to bring them to the surface. And the new penny countertops were done.how to make a coin countertop