Diy Braided Mirror Tutorials

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Diy Braided Mirror Tutorials
Diy Braided Mirror Tutorials

I recently bought a few small mirrors at a thrift store for $2 a piece. They had a couple of marks on them, but were otherwise in pretty decent condition. They were too plain to just hang straight on the wall though. So I started playing around with a couple of ideas, and landed on this one for a braided mirror upgrade. It’s a really inexpensive way to dress up a plain mirror and can be removed easily, if you decide you want your plain jane mirror back. Here’s how to make your own.

Materials:

  1. small mirrors in various shapes and sizes
  2. cotton cording (which can be found in the upholstery section of any craft or fabric store)
  3. hot glue gun and glue sticks
  4. painter’s tape or washi tape (optional)

Note: If you can’t find any cheap mirrors to use for this DIY at a thrift store, you can buy them at a craft store for just a few dollars more. They cost around $5 each at most local craft stores and are usually in the same aisle as all of the sheets of glass and glass cutting supplies.

From:curbly.com

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