Here’s a nifty bunch of mirrors you can create for your home, many are very easy to make too! Some feature etched glass, there are a few versions of the popular sunburst, some made with cheap tiles and others offer instructions on how to frame with molding. Lots of ideas in this collection and many not only budget friendly but gift-worthy too, enjoy!
Frosted Glass Doily : Made using a paper doily and frosted glass finish spray.
Pottery Barn Knock-off : Another multi-panel version based on the popular Pottery Barn mirror.
Thrift Store Plate : Transform decorative plates into charming mirrors.
Case Molding Frame : Made with corner blocks and fluted casing, a precut mirror, and some sturdy mounting materials.
Colorful Spoon : For an 18-inch round mirror, you’ll need a hot-glue gun and about 105 colored plastic spoons.
Etched Mirror : For this project the design is transferred to Con-tact paper and framed with a thick layer of etching cream.
Starburst : Made with an Ikea plant glide, wooden plant markers and wooden skewers.
Sunburst Mirror Project : Made with a bundle of branches and a mirror with a flat frame.
DIY Starburst Mirror : Made with 18 packs of wood shims, a wood floral or craft ring, a 7″ diameter mirror, an old beaded necklace, glue and paint (or stain if you prefer).
Mosaic : You’ll need acrylic paint (in both white and gold), masking tape and mirror mosaics in color of your choice.
Wooden Shims : 190 (8″) shims are painted with orange and red latex paint then used to frame a 10″ round mirror.