This table has been in the works for a number of years but I finally finished it... and love it. Customize it to fit your style. Fill it with decorative rocks, seashells, corks. The possibilities are endless!
A large pot (go with something plastic so it's not too heavy)
Filler (I went with rocks but again it's up to you)
This is the part that took so long to finish. My pot wasn't as tall as I wanted to I grabbed a circular panel and 4 little chair legs... table legs... sorry, I'm not exactly sure what they are.
|My rocks - I found a huge bag at Garden Ridge for $6|
|My glass top. It took a while to find a piece the |
right size. I finally found it at Hobby Lobby. Used
a 40% coupon and scored it for about $15.
|Here are the extra pieces I bought to give the table some height.|
|Sorry it's blurry. I marked off where I wanted to screw in |
the little table legs
|I predrilled some holes|
|Screwed in the legs|
|I spray painted the base.|
|Filped the pot over and aligned the base|
|Screwed the base into the bottom of the pot. I also |
ran a line of epoxy along the bottom of the pot
for extra strength.
|Flipped the pot (and base) upright. I placed my panel inside |
the pot and dumped in my filler.
|I also purchased some little plastic sticky cushions so the glass |
doesn't rub on the top of the pot.
|I'm thinking I might have to switch it out |
for wine corks in the near future.
Thanks for stopping by!
***While I'm thrilled to share my step-by-step directions, the good and the bad, these are intended for your personal use. I'm always happy to hear and see what my bloggers have been working on. BUT a lot of work goes into these creations and while I have no issues sharing so you are able to create the work for your precious homes please understand that selling an exact duplication of my designs is highly frowned upon. :( Please always be considerate of another artists work. Thank you!***