Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

The Easiest way to Decorate a mirror

This is the easiest way ever to decorate a mirror! Add a little DIY flair with a Mod collection and your favorite wrapping paper or napkins, then finish with a wood background. Learn how here!

Hello there! I, Holly, love, sharing tips on how to spice up boring dollar store supplies and basic finds . . . the easy way out. Probably one of the most boring necessities, there is a mirror.
not necessarily talking about a wall mirror or framed mirror, although this method could be used to decorate a mirror like that.
But I’m what are the small round mirror (about 6″ or so) you can get at Dollar Tree or craft supplies – round or rectangular. This type of mirror will need a little “PEP”, especially if you are going to sit on a Desk or vanity.
; m going to show you how to decorate a mirror like this. The easiest way possible! And like I said, this method can use on the bathroom mirror, full size vanity mirror, wall mirror . . . You’re just adding a little flair with Mod-smorgasbord.
It is not only a very quick project, but you can print out designs from gift wrap, magazines, or even, unique decoupaged designs on a small mirror.
Here are two concerns that you might have about the decoration of a mirror, so I wanted to get this out of the way first!<>I Can br Still With My mirror?
By gluing designs only up to the edges of the mirror, it does not take away from the space that you have, to see reflections in the mirror, but it provides a simple mirror to a beautiful piece of decoration.it is easier, you can glue the finished DIY-a piece of balsa wood that is slightly larger and hammer in your desired location on the wall.
When I My mirror – Decorate; Can I Remove Finally?
Absolutely! If you remove his Mod smorgasbord, you’ll be able to get it out of the mirror. You’ll have to soak the paper-floral ornament (or whatever it is) with water, so that part will be ruined.
But. You’ll just spray the area with warm water and soak a little bit of the Mod-hodgepodge reactivated. Then you can If you blade a resistor with a razor and/or a little elbow grease helps to scrape off the glue
really. Mod smorgasbord is very hard, but the gloss formula can be absolutely removed from glass surfaces (including mirrors), if you enjoy it long enough with the water.
Now you’s make the jump into the guide!
How to Decorate a mirror (the Easy way!)
to Collect These Supplies

Small round mirror
Mod hodgepodge gloss
wrapping paper or magazines
round balsa wood (optional)
hot glue gun (optional)

step 1: Carefully cut out the design(s) you want to place on the mirror. You can stand either alone or overlap like a collage.
step 2: apply a thin layer of Mod smorgasbord on the back of the paper cut-outs and place them carefully on the front of the mirror. Press with your fingers. It is OK, if the design depends on the mirror.
step 3: Repeat with additional pieces, if desired. If any Mod smorgasbord of smears in other areas of the mirror, and quickly wipe it away with a damp towel. You can also use a razor blade or utility knife to remove excess as soon as it’s dried.
step 4: Once your design is final, apply a further thin layer of Mod-smorgasbord, the top of the paper, paint it so that it is only a very thin border of Mod-hodgepodge around the paper. You do not want any unnecessary Mod-smorgasbord, the cloud is on the mirror as the reflection. Dry completelylet.br>
step 5 (optional): If desired, apply hot glue to the back of the mirror and glue them on a piece of balsa wood that is slightly larger than the mirror. This makes it easier to hang out. For small, lightweight mirror, you can just hammer the balsa wood in a wall to hang the mirror.
Now is a simple dollar-store mirror looks like a unique piece of art! Would you decorate ever a mirror like this? To know I’d love, and their experiences. Leave questions and thoughts in the comments!
do you Want to see a video of the decoration of a dollar store mirror in action? Simply press “PLAY” in the middle of the video below:

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