GARFIELD, Pa. (CNN/WTAE) - A woman in Garfield, Pa., used about 250,000 pennies to create it.
Mel Angst owns a tattoo gallery and coffee shop and said it was cheaper to glue the money down than buy tile.
She picked up the pennies at a local bank and traded tattoos for manpower.
Angst said it took about 300 hours and more than three weeks to penny-tile her floor, which is a total of 800 square feet.
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