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Had some fun with this one. Beer labels as well as cereal boxes. Also did several with fabric, letting the top dry before gluing the edges. 4 spray coats of matt, followed by 2 of gloss. I found that a sandwich bag of dried beans topped with canned food or small boxes helped distribute the weight and get better contact when gluing both the labels and the felt/cork (not the fabric, as the mod podge comes through, of course).
Nice!did this require an entire 80# bag of concrete?
Hello!What are the interior dimensions of your molds?
This was a great ‘mixed medium’ project. I added some elements: dyed the concrete to go with the brick patio, walnut plugs for the countersunk screws, and an unnecessary ‘support’ for looks.
I’ve made two tables. One for my in-laws, and one for my brother-in-law. On the second one, instead of mitered corners on the table and benches, I went with a tongue and groove idea, pegged with oak dowels. I also added a second bracket in the middle, on either side of another section of 2 x 4, as we will be drilling a hole for an umbrella
Nice! How many Kreg screws did you use in each table top plank?
what did you use to clamp it together and weigh it down?
thanks!Did you use bar clamps to hold it all together? No issues with the wood popping apart under pressure? What did you use to press it all together?
any photos of the clamping/gluing process?Did you apply the glue only to the fabric or to both surfaces?Thanks