I love to decorate with mirrors. Mirrors are like framed blank canvases that change as people pass by. I used a very basic mirror and decorated it to match my son’s room decor. It’s an inexpensive and quick way to add some interest to a blank wall.
(This post first appeared at Crafts Unleashed, where I am a happy Design Team member!)

Supplies:
Mirror
Scrapbook paper
Epoxy Domes
Alene’s Jewelry Glue
Sawtooth hanger

Step one: Select your paper. 6 by 6 sheets designed for card making are perfect because the images are reduced, but any paper will work. Peel the epoxy domes off the backing and adhere to the paper.

 Step two: Cut the “tiles” out.

 Step three: Arrange the tiles on the mirror. Once you’re happy with the placement, glue them in place.

Step four: Glue the sawtooth hanger on the back.

Your custom mirror is now ready to be displayed! I think these mirrors would look pretty as a centerpiece at a party, too. Spell words or choose papers that match your party’s theme, and then top the mirror with a candle or vase. Have fun creating!

2 COMMENTS

  1. i love it! and it’s wonderful how it can be made for anywhere- i would like one for every room in my small house! thanks for sharing. Um, i am curious though. What is that object below in the last pic? the one with the gear shifter thingys in it? i am going crazy with wonder! lol

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