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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

$13.74 Fireplace

It didn't start out to be a copper penny tiled fireplace. The wrong stone arrived as we were building the house. I looked at the space and decided that it was a blessing in disguise. Stone would have been too big of a material for the space allotted. I needed something small, perhaps round,with some texture. Pennies popped right into my brain! A mixture of old and new and dull and shiny would be perfect.

What could be cheaper? 


I spent about a few hours for three days jamming to my favorite tunes adhering the pennies to the backing with mastic. I used a sandless cinnamon grout. This was my first penny project which has lead to some other projects such as penny topped tables. I'll show you those on another day. 
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4 comments:

  1. I love This!! It looks like that expensive circle tile! Well Done!
    Thank you so much for stopping by to visit my neck of the woods!
    Kim@reposhture.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks, Kim! I just started following your blog. I love your thrifty ideas.

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  2. I had pinned a penny floor a while back... thought it looked interesting. Your project is stunning!

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  3. So cool! I shared this on Google! It's so creative and awesome!

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