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Turn a Plate Charger into a Mirror

Awesome Remodels 11.05.14
Mirrors can be pricey. Save your self money and pull those chargers you never use and transform them into gorgeous wall mirrors in less than 15 minutes! So crazy easy, you'll be making them not only for yourself but as Christmas Gifts! All it takes is inexpensive craft mirrors and glue. Click the link for a full tutorial.

To see more: http://www.sandandsisal.com/2012/03/turn-charger-into-mirror.html

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  • Suzy H
    Suzy H Greensboro, NC
    Great idea Kim! I'm off to check out your blog post.
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  • Four Marrs & One Venus
    Another Fabulous idea Kim Sand & Sisal
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  • Lisa I
    Lisa I Woodcliff Lake, NJ
    These are so pretty! Thanks for sharing Kim!
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  • Kim Sand & Sisal
    Kim Sand & Sisal Virginia Beach, VA
    Thanks Lisa I !
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  • Jessica Hill
    Jessica Hill Saginaw, MI
    Super smart!
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  • Marti  K
    Marti K Chula Vista, CA
    I'm sorry, I have no idea what a "plate charger" is.

    I'm peeking out from under a rock I guess.

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    • Kim Sand & Sisal
      Kim Sand & Sisal Virginia Beach, VA
      Marti K - Basically it is like a fancy, large decorative plate (charger) that the dinner plate rests on in lieu of a place-mat.
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  • Marti  K
    Marti K Chula Vista, CA
    An absolutely brilliant idea! Thanks for the enlightenment on what this is exactly.
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Kim Sand & Sisal

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