Friday, February 27, 2009

DIY Twig Mirror

I came across this mirror in a Remodels & Makeovers magazine last weekend and it caught my eye because I love all things green...the color and the eco-friendly aspect! Instead of throwing away that ugly ol' mirror that's been sitting in your garage or storage space...re-frame it with twigs! Gather twigs or driftwood floating around your yard, cut them into 3 or 5 inch pieces, and spray paint them! You don't have to paint them green either...how fun would bright pink be? Then just cover up the old ugly frame by hot gluing your new beautifully spray painted twigs onto the frame. If you want a twig mirror of your own, and don't have an old one laying around, you can pick one up at a thrift store for around 5 or 10 bucks! The best part? You'll be reusing a mirror that would have otherwise ended up in the trash AND cleaning up your yard of the twigs laying around! How green and great is that? Have a great weekend!

Happy Friday! DIY Jill

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posted by Jennifer Adams Design Group Blog @ 6:00 AM 

1 Comments:

Anonymous Dana said...

Jennifer!

this remodelling the old mirrorand that to keeping the eco-friendly aspect in mind is totally a thumbs up concept.

Thanks for sharing it with us.

March 3, 2009 at 11:35 PM  

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