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Old 08-24-2010, 01:46 PM   #11
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Dan, your pieces are amazing! I love the concrete photo frame idea - very unique! Your table with the aggregate looks fabulous - and I know how hard it is to grind down the surface to reveal that! you did an awesome job! My husband and I built a fireplace mantle out of concrete - see photo. It turned out pretty cool since it was almost the first thing we cast out of concrete. Since then we have done some countertops with aggregate.

Anyway, I've seen little concrete outdoor benches and sinks on display/for sale at our local Buddy Rhodes concrete supplier. They were just pieces that a local had done up and displayed to show some possibilities.

Maybe you could contact your local supplier about displaying some of your pieces.

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Old 08-26-2010, 07:34 AM   #12
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Very unique! Great job, and great creativity!
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Old 08-30-2010, 04:04 PM   #13
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Thanks Shauna,
Your mantle looks great. I have looked into Buddy Rhodes, but I haven't found anything locally. I make my own mix (learned at Georgia Tech) and just play around with colors. I have placed some of my work in a local store, but need to expand my exposure.
My wife and I were married in Nauvoo. I hope your business is doing well.
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You concept is quite good.First image i like very much.This furniture looking like antique and it is also use in office furniture.
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Nice work.

I have a cousin to those green chairs around here somewhere. It was in the atic of an apartment I had years ago and my hubby loved it so we brought it when we moved. Sadly the seat is ripped. Someday I'll learn how to fix it up for him.

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