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DIY Decorative Mirrors

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George Bernard Shaw once said, “You use a glass mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul.” Think about that for a minute. Now, what if you could do both at the same time – see your face and see your soul? Well, you can. Your Glass Doctor® specialists have provided you with five options to create your own decorative mirror work of art.

Seashells

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The fun part about this mirror is you can use shells you’ve collected from past vacations. If all else fails, you can always purchase shells at your local craft shop, but maybe this is just the perfect excuse for a beach getaway in the near future.

Flowers

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Maybe tulips are your favorite flower or maybe roses remind you of your wedding. Why not create a floral mirror that symbolizes a special memory?

Tile

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What’s really cool about decorating a mirror with tile is you can go in so many directions with this. You can go a little retro, mosaic or even metallic. There are so many options.

Clothespins

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A mirror using ordinary clothespins is just simply fun. But how about painting and decorating the clothespins? And who says you have to use one color scheme or one design pattern? Oh, the possibilities are endless.

Cutlery

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Creating a frame for a mirror using eating utensils is both wacky and ingenious in the most awesome kind of way. You can certainly use a complete set of matching utensils if you want, but what if you made this into an estate-sale scavenger hunt to find mix-and-match cutlery? That would be so cool.

To be honest, this is just the tip of the ice burg with what you can do with a mirror. Jump on these ideas or if you come up with something different, let us know. We would love to see pictures of your masterpiece.