How to Install a Penny Floor
By: Alexis McDowell from usalovelist.com
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Are you looking for a unique way to remodel your floors? Try this tutorial for How to Install a Penny Floor. This floor is surprisingly inexpensive to make; and, it looks absolutely stunning beneath the kitchen lights. The way the pennies glimmer and shine makes this floor look expensive and time-consuming, when in fact it is inexpensive and fairly quick to make. This floor is made exactly how it looks like it's made. It's a creative and quirky alternative to a traditional tile or laminate kitchen floor; and, it's sure to be a conversation starter at your next gathering.
Time to CompleteLonger than a weekend
Primary TechniqueHome Decor
Other Surprising Uses for Pennies
The last thing anyone wants to do with a penny is spend it. Who wants to be that person at the register digging through their wallet for change? Still, you can't just hold on to your pennies forever. Here are ten ways you can use pennies without spending them to save money!
Think of all the ways you can use your pennies for affordable solutions and substitutes for life's problems. Pennies are officially not useless.
Make-shift screw driver
Level a wobbly table
Make your own washers
Keep slugs away with pennies in your soil
Make an ice pack by filling a matchless sock with pennies and sticking it in the freezer
Weigh down curtains to keep them from blowing in the breeze
Use them as make-shift tile spacers when laying tile
Make your own jewelry (penny bracelet, penny necklace, penny belt?)
Create a backsplash
Make tap shoes for your kids
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