Stunning DIY Penny Table

Updated July 04, 2019
Stunning DIY Penny Table
Stunning DIY Penny Table
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Penny furniture projects are all the rage, and for good reason: they look pretty fantastic! For a furniture piece that will leave your guests amazed, try making this Stunning DIY Penny Table. Imagine how even more impressed they will be when they learn you made it yourself. Making a penny table top is actually simpler than you think. Glue the pennies with some friends to make this DIY project even more fun. Unlike most stand-out tables from the store, this one will cost you less than $80. Just make sure to allow the table to dry completely before use.  

Estimated Cost$31+

Primary TechniqueFurniture Projects


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I love things that are so different from what everyone has and this looked like a great one but when you click on project page it is not found. I was so looking forward to making one. Can it be put back up or is it gone for good?

Great instructions for a stunning able that is actually a work of art! I also liked the ideas shown for a smaller project of making a letter initial with the pennies. I a, wondering ou don't want too cut the pennies, if a topcoat of copper colored paint on the table first would work? Or perhaps this would interfere with the adhesive? The rosin epoxy topcoat gives it a nice sheen and not on,y makes a slick surface that looks great but makes it easier to clean! I couldn't imagine dusting between pennies and keeping them shiny! Super project!

I love the look of this Stunning DIY Penny Table. I have seen the floor before and thought no way would I have the time or patience to glue all of them pennies on the floor. Plus some one would have to help me get up and walk, it would kill my back for sure. But now this with project, oh yea! It looks so elegant and I can do it myself! I have been saving pennies for years now and have a ton of them. I have a old coffee table I can glue them on, to give it a new look. After reading all of the directions, I think it would be better to tape off with paper the areas you don't want the glue and Glaze Resin to save the clean up. Looking forward to doing this one. Thank you so much for sharing this free DIY project.


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