I showed this easy and inexpensive project last Tuesday and now you can find out how…
Recently I’ve been seeing all types of round mirrors for the home and thought one would be perfect for a space on our wall in the foyer. It’s the first think guests see when they come to our house so I wanted it to be unique but inexpensive too. I had an idea to make a sunburst mirror DIY style and thought I would head to the home improvement store to see what I could come up with. While in the paint section I asked for some paint sticks and was handed this many.
Hmmm, I thought. I’ve seen other bloggers make some really fabulous crafts out of these, but since I’m an immediate satisfaction kind of girl and knew I wasn’t going to get more paint sticks out of that store right that very minute I came up with another plan, right on the spot, for my own version of a sunburst mirror with these items.
- Cedar shims for $3
- A beveled mirror for $3 (I didn’t know which I’d use yet)
- Paint, a wood base and glue, and a picture hanger which I already had
I will certainly show you how I made it in a future post, but let’s take a look at my new sunburst mirror! It’s been hung in the front foyer.
I’m so glad we finally got something up on that spot in the foyer, it’s been empty since we moved in almost a year ago and is what you see first thing upon walking in the door.
This project was so easy and cheap! See the full tutorial on how to make a sunburst mirror here.