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Enamel Top Table Detail

Enamel Top Table Detail


I made a 1930's inspired enamel top kitchen table from basswood, cardstock and two diameters of aluminum tubing. Mat board could be substituted for the wood. I cut the table top design from permanent glossy vinyl using my silhouette cameo. I sprayed the table with Testors white gloss enamel before adding the vinyl decal. You can feel the raised edges of the decal, but it's not visible so I won't add any layer to seal it or even out the texture. The design is slightly out of scale but I like it. I followed this tutorial from 1 Inch Minis to make this project.

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8 minutes ago, Mid-life madness said:

Very nice. I don't think it is out of scale, but I guess it is hard to tell when it is all by itself. I'm sure Kris Comfort would approve.

Thanks, the lines on the decal seem a bit think to me. I thought of making them thinner, but I had already cut it and I didn't think it would make a big difference.

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This looks great, the fit and finish look really good.  It looks like you are picking up where I left off in the furniture making.   Kudos to you :cheezy:

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12 minutes ago, Shareb said:

Love this!!  So you have a Silhouette Cameo?  Do you use it often?

I use it all the time. I do a lot of non-miniature papercraft and vinyl projects.

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