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1  Finally posting my mosaic topped coffee table in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by al_saxophone_2007 on: July 31, 2009 09:39:38 AM
so this is my second time posting something ive made, i built this table a few months back and then did the heartagram  top (with lots of help from my bf) put framing around the mosaic top and then poured resin overtop of it to make it a flat surface. One problem though. either I didnt use enough hardening drops in the resin or somethin else but the top is sticky, the things i put on top of the table usually adhere there somewhat. I will be putting glass over top of all of it when i can find someone to cut it for me.
Just a question. Does anyone think that after I put the glass top on the table this would be worth selling on etsy? Im starting college soon and a little extra money would be helpful. So throw out any possible prices you would think this would be worth.
Thanks very much Smiley

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2  reupholstered chair in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by al_saxophone_2007 on: April 10, 2009 12:28:10 PM
i finished this project a long time ago, it was originally for a past craftster challenge but right when i wanted to enter it, i lost my camera cord and couldnt upload anything. sooo heres it finally after about a year of it being finished. this has been my first and so far only reupholstery project, and i think it turned out pretty good.

Before chair: bought at local goodwill, it had stains and the wood was too dark for my taste



Gutted chair: took off all the fabric and the very worn out padding



Finished chair: lovely fabric, and painted the arms and legs gold!



i hope you like it! i dont have the chair anymore though sadly Sad
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