Sunburst Mirror From Old Blinds by Katherine Maiolo - Musely
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Sunburst Mirror From Old Blinds

posted in DIY & Crafts
03/16/2014
  • - faux wood blinds
- spray paint { I used Crylon Ocean Breeze}
- wood glue { I used Epoxy, but you can use Gorilla Glue or even your glue gun}

- scrap wood or a circular piece of wood from the craft store {which is what I used}
- circle mirror
    - faux wood blinds
    - spray paint { I used Crylon Ocean Breeze}
    - wood glue { I used Epoxy, but you can use Gorilla Glue or even your glue gun}

    - scrap wood or a circular piece of wood from the craft store {which is what I used}
    - circle mirror
  • 1. Cut up your blinds to the desired size.

2. Begin by tracing your mirror onto the wood base. Start placing your pieces. I played around here until I found the length and spacing I liked. I used epoxy to glue them onto the wood base, making sure they were all evenly spaced.
    1. Cut up your blinds to the desired size.

    2. Begin by tracing your mirror onto the wood base. Start placing your pieces. I played around here until I found the length and spacing I liked. I used epoxy to glue them onto the wood base, making sure they were all evenly spaced.
  • 
3. After a few minutes, I played around with the second layer, and then glued on top.

 4. After it was dry, I attached a picture hanger to the back of the wood base (I would advice to do this step before attaching your blinds), and then gave it all two coats of spray paint (I only did the front).

    3. After a few minutes, I played around with the second layer, and then glued on top.

    4. After it was dry, I attached a picture hanger to the back of the wood base (I would advice to do this step before attaching your blinds), and then gave it all two coats of spray paint (I only did the front).
  • 5. The last step was to adhere the mirror. I eyeballed it and centered the mirror. I used my glue gun
 to do this step, only because it was faster.
    5. The last step was to adhere the mirror. I eyeballed it and centered the mirror. I used my glue gun
    to do this step, only because it was faster.

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