This project was actually super simple, but it will take you a few days to build up the depth of epoxy needed to cover the animals! Fundamentally you’re just added molding to the sides of a basic table to contain the epoxy, you’re gluing plastic Safari Ltd. toys and then you’re pouring epoxy.
The end of our playroom is a tough space to decorate. A door opening up to the patio means we don’t have enough space for a full seating area, but there’s always been a seat or two over there. It’s also a great spot for all my houseplants… lots of great light. I decided that a colorful bench might be the right solution.
Martha’s current desk was a sweet little wooden desk from the flea market we made over a few years ago. We didn’t have much space in her old bedroom for a desk, but in her new room… she wanted a slightly larger desk. When I saw this vintage metal school desk, I grabbed it for $20. It doesn’t have a ton of storage, but it was the right price and will be the perfect size for the wall next to her bed.