What do you usually do whenever you see a penny on the floor that nobody wants to claim? What would you do if the cashier gives you your change and you notice that you have at least a handful of pennies?
If you’re one of those people who consider pennies as nothing but clutter in your purse, this might be the right project for you. I bet that next time you see a penny, you won’t think twice about picking them up and saving them for your artwork.
From artsy decorations to beautiful pieces of jewelry, here are 19 ingenious and fabulous crafts that you can do using those pennies. That is if it’s not illegal to use currencies for art in your country.
#1. Those pennies gave a rusty, vintage look in this cute little bird house.
#2. Ain’t this nice?
#3. Turn them into elegant penny napkin rings.
#4. Give an old tray a classy new look
#5. Accentuate your kitchen with this cool signage.
#6. You can simply frame them and hang them on your wall
#7. Transform an ordinary vase into something elegant
#8. Or just paint the pennies white
#9. Frame an old mirror or photo with pennies
#10. A coffee table full of pennies? Not bad at all!
#11. Give any table top a cool, retro look.
#12. A bar or a countertop lined with those pennies would also look great!
#13. If you’re patient enough, try creating a wall full of pennies
#14. You also help emphasize an area or piece of furniture with a panel full of pennies.
#15. If it isn’t too much, how about a floor entirely made up of pennies?
#16. Turn those pennies into buttons for your wardrobe
#17. Stamp a penny and turn it into a cool pendant
#18. How about an elaborate, modern necklace?
#19. You can also flatten the pennies and get rid of the faces if you like.
So, which one is your favorite? Got any more amazing ideas? Share your thoughts in the comment section.
College Student Engineers Real-Life Punch and Knife-Proof Batsuit
This has got to be the coolest homemade batsuit ever!
This definitely isn’t your regular cosplay costume. Industrial design student Jackson Gordon has created his own Batman costume, patterned after the awesome Batsuits from the Christopher Nolan films. Big deal, you might say. Lots of creative people with cash to spare can create their own Batman costumes. Well, maybe. But not like this one.
This dude from Philadelphia University developed his own combat suit which is made mostly of Kevlar and can protect the wearer from knife slashes. It comes with a chest plate that can also absorb punches. Take a look at these videos of him doing some stress tests to his Batsuit.
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Man Uses 70,000 Bottle Caps to Make an Amazing Pavilion
Arunkumar H G made a beautiful pavilion using an item we can find in any home.
Arunkumar H G is a renowned artist from India who has participated in many exhibitions all over the world. He specializes on photo-based, installation, and performative works.
This time, however, he made art by collecting over 70,000 bottle caps to make a pavilion.
Called "Droppings and the Dam(n)," this recycled art was also made to "map the consumption pattern of the society at that time."
A part of the "Forms of Activism" by Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust (SAHMAT) in 2014, "Droppings and the Dam(n)" is a one of a kind recycled art....
This Man’s Home Has An Underground Secret You’ll Be Totally Jealous Of
By far the coolest and grandest basement I have ever seen!
This very unique, modern and exquisite type of underground sanctuary will make you forget the usual, boring, plain and sometimes creepy basements we are used to seeing. We are not talking about some famous commercial attractions though but a residential home owned by Steve Fisher in Singapore.
Fisher's 5,800 square foot bungalow has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. It also boasts a saltwater pool, an open-air floor plan, relaxing greenery and everything you might want for a fun getaway except that you can stay indoors instead.
The best asset of the house is an underwater entertainment room with a perfect and wide-angle view of the pool as if like a giant aquarium. All of its walls are wrapped in floor-to-ceiling windows which according to Fisher, constitute some of the largest private installations in the world. Cool!
If your concern is that the walls might give in or break, no need to worry. These panoramic windows are constructed of acrylic plastic, not glass, and are 4 and 1/2 inches thick which can even hold back a staggering half a million pounds of water! As for the price of this subterranean room, it costs more than 1 million dollars, excluding the price for the other rooms or the entire house. Wow!