Pog Table

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Intro: Pog Table

Ever wonder what to do with that pog collection from the early 90's? Don't throw away your childhood memories.. Preserve them!

Step 1: The Table

Acquire a glass topped table in any shape! Find it cheap free or filthy!

Step 2: The Pogs

This particular table consisted of ~400 Pogs.

Step 3: The Glue

You will want a strong, fast drying epoxy that dries clear. I used Lepage speed set and it worked great!

Step 4: The Everything Else

Disposable sponge brushes, gloves, stir stick and bowl for mixing and applying the epoxy, a razor blade or knife.. Also wine because it's delicious.

Step 5: Choose Pogs

Step 6: Apply Epoxy to the Face of the Pog

Step 7: Be Sure to Apply a Generous Amount of Epoxy to Avoid Marks

Step 8: Place Pogs Face Down on the Glass

Step 9: Start in the Middle and Move Outward Until They Hang Over the Edge. Let Dry.

Step 10: Trim the Pogs Around the Edge

Step 11: Put the Glass Back in the Frame

Step 12: Done!

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    Medzoo2011

    4 years ago

    =D my pog tables

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    Medzoo2011

    4 years ago

    Can I put pictures in a comment? Sorry, don't get on here a lot.

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    Medzoo2011

    4 years ago

    I made three small pog tables.

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    rolltidehank

    4 years ago

    This is the first time since I was ten that I've wished I still had my pogs. Awesome!

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    Lord_Pruitt

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Cool idea - but my question is - where did you get such a groovy table?!?

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    Waxball

    4 years ago

    Hahaha POGS! So did everyone else just make up their own rules every time?

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    Death Star Dee

    4 years ago

    Thanks! Yes I still have a few hundred left (also they are easily found at thrift stores for dirt cheap) as well as a lot of slammers which will likely show up in another craft soon.

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    Popo_del_fuego

    4 years ago

    What an awesome idea! Thank you for the trip down memory lane.

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    Mrballeng

    4 years ago on Introduction

    like a moment frozen in time. Animaniacs, Batman returns, the lion King. I love the 90's. Great work!

    This is very cool! It's a great idea to glue them to the bottom of the glass so they are protected but you can still see them!