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Hi, Guys.
I made a couple of end tables with cookies for tops. On one of the tops I put a sea turtle in the epoxy and didn't bury it deep enough such that when I went to route and finish the top, the top of the turtle's shell got displaced. There is a color difference in the shell because of this. How would you go about trying to rectify it. I thought about just selling as is. The only thing that I could think of was painting the top a color as close as possible to the color of the shell and then pouring epoxy for the finish. The issue is that I already really like the finish that I have. Any ideas or suggestions.
 

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