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For the finish-
I would get the slab rough sanded / leveled maybe 100 grit. Then apply your epoxy - fill all the holes big and small that you want to be filled. Depending on the size of the crack you can do 2 or more pours to fill it. Make sure the last pour isn't very thick - this will help prevent air bubbles. With small pin holes you can work the epoxy in with a squeegee - when your done make sure that the epoxy sits slightly above the surface so you have something to sand. I use duct tape to keep it from running out the back, you do get some residue - but you have to prep for final finish anyway. Its cheap and I have it around the shop.

Once its all cured do your finish sanding prep work and topcoat however you choose.

As far as the butterfly goes I like anything dark to go with ash, but you are the one who has to look at it.

Good Luck!
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