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Custom Hand Chairs. We are creating customized glove cushions to fit these...
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WOW!...beautiful work! Is that down with epoxy grout?
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Our little Smart car that we will be towing for our Adventure...
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The kitchen counter was hand made by my wife who cut and glued each glass tile, then I covered the entire surface with a polyurethane that goes down as 70 coats.
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Old 02-06-2016, 12:36 PM   #17
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Here is our bedroom "Star Ceiling". It features over 200 LED lights that slowly fade and twinkle. they are under translucent material and attached to the ceiling conveniently with crystal magnets...
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Simply beautiful! And is ehe poly something like the "Bar Top" products? Really fast building and durable stuff.
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This is our dining area/ art studio featuring a good sized table that can tilt and lock in position to become my artist easel. The table also has a top finished with over 2400 pennies that have been sealed with polyurethane and features my Initial and my wifes initial in old pennies.
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