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Simpsons Mosaic Table



This Simpsons mosaic table is made of leftover tiles and places from a Target clearance sale and leftovers at the local home improvement store by craftster user redflag. She completely freehanded the pictures, which is pretty impressive. I like how suspicious Moe and Mr. Burns look.

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Also, Milhouse is drinking what appears to be some sort of wine. I think Burns and Moe are two guys that would be okay with thins underage drinking, so long as they pay for it. and from the looks of it, I don't think They've paid their tab yet.
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Having posted this to my tumblr (and for being an avid craftster) I was sooo excited to see this posted to neatorama (which is a site I look at every day now).

"I thought it would be appropriate for Milhouse to have the wine, and Lisa the Duff beer."

I like that. One would think Lisa would chose the wine, but she can't hide the fact that she's a Simpson.
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Wow, so nice! Different colored grout to match the color of each tile...that takes quite a lot of work! And I can't quite figure out what black lines are made out of.
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I actually just painted the grout, and the black lines are also just paint.

http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=313425.0

here's a link to where I originally posted the table.
Amy
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