Granite top project

My local restore (Habitat for Humanity) had a lot of scrap granite, many 2' x 2' and a 1.5" thick or so, $5.
Seems like there should be a small profit project in there somewhere.
I have no shortage of ideas for that, but am clueless about what might sell for a small profit. I have a marble end table I've made and there is granite tile in the kitchen, so I know it makes an indestructible top and have a clue in how to work with it.
I tend to make one offs that I find interesting but wouldn't have commercial appeal. What might be a nice project for this and the stack of cypress I have?
Seems like Target and IKEA have relatively cheap kitchen carts covered: http://www.target.com/p/granite-top-kitchen-cart/-/A-11117074
And lots of stone end tables in the discount furniture stores.
Maybe something outdoors?
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Granite frame work assembly for a high speed low cutting force CNC machine? Talk about dimensionally stable over a wide range of working environments. . LOL.
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On 6/20/2014 1:14 PM, Bob La Londe wrote:

I have a table on the deck made of cement blocks and a large tombstone, I don't believe that it has moved a millimeter, no matter what!

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There is a reason surface plates are usually made of granite. LOL.
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pentapus wrote:

How about a granite dog house? A one-up on the three little pigs.
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