Happy Monday, friends! Have you all recovered from an overload of Fourth of July fun? There is something about Fourth of July that is so lovely. Warm summer, cookouts, fireworks… it really doesn’t get much better than that! Well, now that I’m back in work mode I’m so excited to be sharing this clean and simple looking Decorative Mirror with you all.
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First, I cut my white foam sheet into 3-4″ strips. It made it much easier to punch out the foam this way. My mirror was only approximately 12″ in diameter and since I cut my shape in half, I only needed about 15 punched out ovals in total.
Once I had punched out all the shapes and cut them in half, it was time to apply them to the mirror. I simply used a small line of hot.glue along the edge and held in place for a moment.
This entire mirror from start to finish took only an hour.
I love how simple and delicate it turned out.
After I had applied all the foam shapes, I adhered a picture hanger to the back of the mirror and it was ready for the wall!
Did I mention I was inspired by this Crate and Barrel mirror for $149 and my mirror only cost $8!
This little beauty will be hanging in my office + guest room update, which I promise I will be sharing with you all…. someday! I have some fun projects going on in there and it’s just taking me forever to complete it. Soon, friends. Soon!