Even discarded keys and coins can be turned into beautiful art with some creativity and the right sort of know-how. Michael (or Moerkey), an artist in Australia, does exactly that, turning discarded keys and coins into bottles, lampshades and other beautiful recycled metal sculptures.
DIY Penny vase - buy vase from the thrift store and hot glue pennies starting from the top to the bottom. PERFECT FOR HOME MOM ALWAYS PICKED UP PENNIES SHE VALUED PENNIES GREAT FOR REMEMBERANCE OF HERE
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Vintage flower window: Uuse stained glass scraps, and cut them with glass cutter. Then lay the pieces out on the window and play with them until you're happy with the pattern, Glue them down with 100% silicone and wait 24 hours to dry. ThenI use sanded grout from the home improvement store.
I made tons of these marble magnets as Christmas gifts and they were a big hit! I really enjoyed making sets of 6 that were personalized to the gift-receivers interests. Cutting photos from magazines seemed to work best because the colors would really Pop! Michaels sells tiny gift boxes that are the perfect size to hold a set, and the Container Store sells little tins that are cute to package them in too.