DIY On A Dime Series: Marble Counter Tops
Welcome back to our series: DIY On A Dime! This series is designed to help you save money while furnishing and decorating your house. With the prices of everything skyrocketing, we are here to help you stay on budget. We will walk you through the process step-by-step on how you can save thousands by doing the project yourself. In part three of this series we are showing you how you can give yourself DIY marble counter tops. P.s. scroll below for an awesome deal to save money on your must-have DIY products!
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Marbled patterns are all the rage, but so expensive. Get a legitimate marble finish on your counters using the Amy Howard at Home Acrylic Glacier Resin. Cindy from Provincial Designs demonstrates how to achieve this finish. Marble counter tops can cost thousand of dollars (the national average is three grand!), do it yourself for only $140!!!
Shop the supplies you'll need here to stay on budget:
- Clean Slate: $32.00
- Acrylic Glacier Resin Bundle: $32.00
- Scandinavian Gray - Pigment Powder: $11.50
- Noir - Pigment Powder: $11.50
- Strasburg White - Pigment Powder: $11.50
- Bauhaus Buff - One Step Paint: $22.00
- Deep Gold - Mica Powder: $19.99
This brings your grand total for supplies to only: $140.49
Keep in mind, this project won't use up all of your supplies! Once you buy them, you will have leftovers to use on other projects, giving you the best bang for your buck.