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Update your bathroom vanity with Rust-Oleum countertop paint2m39s

Update your bathroom vanity with Rust-Oleum countertop paint

Tired of looking at that old bathroom vanity? Now you can fix it up without breaking the bank! Rust-Oleum countertop coating is a durable solution to change the countertop color, while the cabinet pulls add an elegant touch. The final result is amazing!

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Published: August 11, 20161,569 views
Make a rustic mirror from a wood spool1m35s

Make a rustic mirror from a wood spool

ShabbyDIY shows us how to re-purpose this wooden wire spool into a rustic mirror. This project is a great way to give a wood spool a charmingly and rustic feel for your home. You can find this and many other projects on ShabbyDIY.com.

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Published: June 13, 20161,169 views
Make a billiards rack from a wooden spool1m46s

Make a billiards rack from a wooden spool

ShabbyDIY shows us how to re-purpose this wooden wire spool into a billiards pool cue stick rack. This rack is easy to make and it's guaranteed to look great in your game room. You can find this and many other projects on ShabbyDIY.com.

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Published: June 1, 20163,794 views
How to make a display cabinet using old wooden windows3m51s

How to make a display cabinet using old wooden windows

In this tutorial, ShabbyDIY is going to build a rustic cabinet using four old reclaimed wood windows. This cabinet is full of character and is great for displaying your favorite items. Don't throw away those old wooden windows!

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Published: May 24, 20165,473 views
How to repair damaged wood using bondo filler1m06s

How to repair damaged wood using bondo filler

Learn how you can easily make wood repairs using bondo filler. The bondo repair is a great and long lasting solution to damaged wood. Bondo can be used to repair cracks, chips, dents and rot.

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Published: May 18, 20161,200 views
How to give metal an aged rusty patina finish1m13s

How to give metal an aged rusty patina finish

Today we are going to show you how to add patina to any type of metal. After about 2-3 hours you can take off the lid to reveal the beautiful patina. This method gives the appearance of decades worth of aging in about 2-3 hours. You will see vibrant shades of orange, teal and blue.

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Published: May 9, 2016150 views
How To Create An Incredible Penny Table Top2m49s

How To Create An Incredible Penny Table Top

ShabbyDIY updates the look of this old dining room table. They liked the large clawfoot legs so they decided to focus on the top. They show us how to create a penny table top using a durable product called glaze coat. The end result is simply amazing! If you have about $35 dollars to spare and an old dining room table that needs upcycling, then this is the perfect Do It Yourself project for you! Change your 35 dollars into all pennies and then spend a few extra dollars on some crystal epoxy resin. Make sure to get enough of the resin to cover the entire surface of the table; it might be a good idea to overestimate the amount you are going to need, just to be on the safe side. Clear up the extra material on your old table and sand down any imperfections that may have appeared on the wood from age. Cut and nail down a round piece of plywood, enough to cover the entire top. Clean up the edges with some spare window blinds. Paint the top of the table a dark color and the bottom a light one. When the pain has dried, start laying out your pennies until you reach the center. Mix the resin as per the instructions on the label and start pouring the liquid from the center out, letting it level itself out. Allow to cure for at least a day and reveal your new centerpiece! Good luck!

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Published: April 19, 20161,940,650 views