wall o’ mirrors




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march 2011 065 1 Here is a wall of mirrors in my daughter’s bedroom we’ve been working on. She has high ceilings, so we needed something with a big impact, lots of color, and little money.


First up, the sunburst mirror! I’ve been wanting to do one forever…march 2011 022 1
Janell @ Isabella & Max Rooms got me hooked and gave a fabulous tutorial, and then to make things even better, Stephanie Lynn @ Under the Table and Dreaming gave a printable template to use on her site. Thanks to both of of these fabulous ladies! The mirrors were from Target clearance and we used a $1 package of bamboo skewers from Walmart.
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The circly mirror was inspired by
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I was looking up bracelets on Oriental Trading, was thinking of something I could use, but I went to my crafty goodness box,
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and pulled out these from this project.February 2011 014 1
I had a little buddy that was home from school (not feeling well) and he helped me pull the circles off.February 2011 011 1
We hot glued the circles around the mirrorFebruary 2011 019 1
and out they went to the spray paint shop (aka garage) for a coat of Krylon’s Ivy Leaf (sunburst mirror is in Krylon Bahama Sea)
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The round circle mirror was a 2.97 Goodwill find that we sprayed in Krylon Watermelon.
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Total cost of the wall o’ mirrors:
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round mirrors: $2.50 {target clearance}
$2.98 {target clearance}
$3 {goodwill}
bamboo skewers $1.00 {walmart}
plastic circles {leftover from other project}
Spray paint $3.50 x 3 cans = $10.50 {walmart}
= $19.98
Happy Wednesday! We’re still working on some more fun projects in this room~
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21 comments:

  1. this looks soooo good! I love it

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  2. You have such fabulous ideas! I really loved how the three mirrors turned out. Your page has insired me to start thinking in a more creative manner!!

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  3. Absolutely love those! I think my favorite is the one with the circles but all 3 really look great together. Such a fun way to add art and a punch of color.

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  4. melissa*320 sycamore1/8/14, 6:29 PM

    Thanks for the dollar store garland tip! Also, if anyone is looking for circle mirrors, Martha Stewart has a set at Home Depot: http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-202504221/h_d2/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=10051&catalogId=10053

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  5. Love them! Great job.

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  6. melissa*320 sycamore1/16/14, 10:31 PM

    I'm a firm believer that everyone should have a crafty goodness box...they do come in handy.

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  7. melissa*320 sycamore1/16/14, 10:31 PM

    Thank you, Kelly! If you saw it a little closer, you might not be saying that :)

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  8. Love them all and the creative way you did them! Also love the colors!

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  9. "Spray paint shop." Love it! Those are fantastic, Melissa! So cool that you found a template...knowing exactly how to lay them out would have kept me from trying the project. Thanks for sharing the links. :)

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  10. Fantastic!! Sunburst mirrors are so pricey- but beautiful. I would never have guess it was a diy. Great post!

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  11. Those are adorable! I love the color combination. So fun!

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  12. Beyond creative! A.M.A.Z.I.N.G!! Trying to add pops of color to my family room. Thinking of painting a mirror. You have inspired me!

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  13. Anestforallseasons1/16/14, 10:32 PM

    LUUUURVE!

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  14. Those are SUPER fun!! I love them so much!!

    I posted about them on my TT&J FB page :) Adorable!

    xoxo
    Jen

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  15. Awesome! Love-Love-Love! I am so inspired!

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  16. omg these are so awesome! i think i might try that skewer mirror tutorial - I've wanted a sunburst mirror for a while but most tutorials are too complicated for l'il old me.!

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  17. LOVE this! What a wonderful project!

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  18. I love, love, love this idea!!!!!!! I am totally pinning this. Great job! I love the colors too. My favorite is the sunburst. I just have to try this now.

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  19. FamilyBringsJoy.com1/16/14, 10:32 PM

    Way to go! Love how you involved your little guy to help. :D

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  20. pretty sure i need your skills in my home!!! love these mirrors madly!!!

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