What to do with iron table base and Chinese checker board?

March 24th, 2009 in member junk     
thehillbillies thehillbillies, member
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Another project I finally got a chance to tackle in the new spring weather.  Had this iron table stand I picked up somewhere, painted it from green to black.  Got the Chinese checkers board in a box of stuff at an auction.  Painted and sealed them both and now have a nice side table.  Might add an electric tealight candle in a holder underneath for a nice glow.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, tabletop, table

Comments (8)

anna76 writes: i just picked up the same exact metal stand (mine is red) for free at a yard sale this weekend was trying to think of something to do with it (i got one last year and put a glass top on it ) i really like your idea mind if i copy? ha ha!! Posted: 1:14 am on April 6th
RobJ98167 writes: I gotta quit coming to this site I get more ideas! LOL I love this table. I have an old wooden checker board.... hmmmm Posted: 3:00 am on April 3rd
MimiToria writes: The Chinese checker board game table is very cool painted black and repurposed as a table top. The base adds to the great look as well. Nice job with this piece.
Gretchen Posted: 11:30 am on March 28th
MelHow writes: The tea-light idea is brilliant - and if you placed glass marbles in on the table - then you would have a really cool stained glass look. Posted: 5:45 pm on March 26th
georgiamoon writes: This is a great project. I love the way you used the old game board as the table top. Very cool with the holes, and the star shape, I really like the way this turned out, Georgia Posted: 2:12 pm on March 26th
junkermidge writes: Nice job on your table. The base is really interesting (the good kind of interesting). Way to go!
Midge Posted: 10:32 pm on March 25th
alicemom writes: I love it. You could even play Chinese Checkers!
Smiles,
Alice Posted: 5:11 pm on March 24th
oldnews writes: This is cool! It WOULD look good illuminated! Nice work! Posted: 2:59 pm on March 24th
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