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Uses for Old Mirrors

This is an old mirror that was plain and ugly, I added bark from a tree to make it look rustic.

Approximate Time: A few hours

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Instructions:

  1. Simply using hot glue add dried tree bark to the mirror covering as much area as you'd like.
  2. Brush with Mod Podge for preservation.

By Sharon from Lakeland, FL

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I'm taking old damaged items and placing them on old damaged-front, framed, beveled mirrors and hot glueing them around on the frame: old toys, gum wrappers, theater tickets, concert passes...

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