Woman from Portland turns an old floor into stunning patterns by using over 13,000 coins


Portland, Oregon-based DIY enthusiast Tonya Tooners used more than 13,000 pennies ($130) and spent a few months to complete a stunning patterned floor in her house. The materials making this floor include three $50 bags of pennies, ten bottles of Elmer’s glue, wood filler, grout and epoxy.

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