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Author Topic: Project Beetoncade: A mini bartop I built on the cheap for my great nephews  (Read 358 times)

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Hi

Earlier this year I built a small bartop, for as little money as possible, for my great-nephews. I wanted it to look cool and be strong enough to put up with the abuse these tiny monsters would dish out. I hand-painted their favourite superheroes on each side using a projector to help me trace the pics.



It turned out really well and I have finally gotten round to getting all of the write up of the build plus the pics in one place, so I thought I would share it here in the place I first discovered this amazing hobby (I have since gone on to bigger and shinier things).

https://www.morefunmakingit.co.uk/beetoncade/

Happy to answer any questions!