Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Cents and Sensibility with our WaY-sUpEr-CoOl new Penny Threshold
Last summer we enclosed our porch. The wooden flooring is from an industrial plant in Tennessee. We laid the floor but it was next to our stained concrete floor. We weren't sure what to do with the threshold. So, we waited until we got inspired. Well, pennies were the answer.
How to links:
This is the finished product.
Step one was using Welbond and gluing each individual penny down. No, we didn't have a pattern. Can you find Big Ben? We used the machine last summer in London and made one. I think we used about $13.00 in pennies.
Welbond is drying.
Our bowl full of pennies.
Once the Welbond dried, we were able to use the Fusion Pro black grout.
Another angle of the flooing.
Close up with grout.
Georgia is waiting on us to start.
Laying out the pennies to get an idea of what it would look like.
Roy and Frida getting ready to supervise our new project.
Thanks for stopping by. What projects do you have for the summer? Comment or message us as we would love to hear all about it!