Diy Wine Cork Mirror Frame


If you are a wine lover, put the corks collected. Corks can be used in many useful ways.
These mirror frames were born in an instant. Only need corks and hot glue. Decorate how you want it or leave it undecorated.
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My mirror has a wooden border. I fastener caps with hot glue to the mirror frame.
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I craft tealight tin leaves. Then I decorated frame with them.
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It looks a bit like the sun. I do not know what do you think, but I love this old mirror now.
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Fold the edges of the heat candle in the middle.
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Then do with hammer the leaf pattern.
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Leaf pattern starts to become visible.

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Maarit Aho

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  • Marlene
    on Nov 24, 2015

    the candles are sometimes difficult to remove.How do you get them out?

    • Maarit Aho
      on Nov 25, 2015

      @Marlene Candle burns out. Use your fingers to press the edges, and the dry mass of the candle comes off easily. The last candle stains come off when you hammering it. I hope this is a help to you!!

  • J
    on Nov 24, 2015

    I love the finished mirror. Your tea light idea is very creative too, but I'm writing specifically to ask what the name of the plant is in the pot where you worked on the tea light? It's so unusual :)

  • Kathie Elia
    on Dec 13, 2015

    Great idea! Maarit, can you tell us what the plant you have pictured?

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