Spring Ombre Flower Mirror

$25
6 Hours
Easy

Spring is my favorite season! I wanted some new, bright wall decor this year so I decided to add a fresh spin to the old (but loved) spoon mirrors. I'm excited to be joining some other amazing hometalk bloggers in a blog hop with our favorite spring projects
With just some plastic spoons, multi surface paint, cardboard and a mirror you can make a beautiful wall decor for less than $25!
First step is the spoons. I wanted a different look than the usual spoon mirrors. I wanted the spoons to look like petals. Using a candle, hold the spoon just over the flame until it's soft. Don't melt the plastic (work in a well ventilated room, but the fumes won't be bad if you're just softening it).
after the spoons are bent, then it's time to paint them. I used Americana Multi Surface Satin paint in varying turquoise colors (affiliate link)
Then glue the petals to your cardboard circle.
Once all your petals are on, glue the mirror into the center and you're ready to hang on the wall!
I used a 12 inch mirror, so my cardboard circle was a little more than double that size at 26 inches wide.
To see more details, like the exact paint colors I used, a video, and all of the other amazing spring projects by other hometalk bloggers visit the blog link below!

Top Hometalk Projects

31 Space Saving Storage Ideas That'll Keep Your Home Organized
31 Creative Garden Features Perfect For Summer
16 Creative Ways To Upcycle Pallets
21 Totally Terrific Things You Can Do With Doilies
14 Cool Ways To Upholster Chairs That You Can DIY
11 Unexpected Ways to Use Spices in Your Home
11 Unexpected Ways to Use Spices in Your Home
30 Essential Hacks For Cleaning Around Your Home
30 Essential Hacks For Cleaning Around Your Home
These Herb Garden Ideas Will Make You Want To Start One Of Your Own
31 Coastal Decor Ideas Perfect For Your Home
If Your Stairway Walls Are Empty, Here Are 25 Ways To Change Them Now!
16 Ways to Showcase Your Herb Garden
29 Of The Best DIY Mirror Projects Ever Made
15 Fabulous Fire Pits For Your Backyard
Kelli @CraftShackChronicles

Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!

Go

Have a question about this project?

3 of 8 questions
  • Beth Caron
    on Dec 15, 2019

    when do you snap the handles off the spoons?


  • Julie Banks
    on Feb 4, 2020

    How did you hang the mirror on the wall please? I can't imagine what would be able to hold the weight or tear the cardboard.

  • Andrea
    on Apr 4, 2020

    approximatly, how many spoons do you need for this project

Join the conversation

2 of 51 comments
  • Diane Gibbs Fleming
    on Oct 5, 2019

    Such a great project! Looks beautiful! Helpful hint use a heat gun the project will go faster.

  • Ginny Pilarz
    on Mar 30, 2020

    Beautiful, my friend bought a framed wall art, when I looked at it closely they had just sprayed some feathers then sprayed them silver, was pretty and I know she paid a lot for it. So happy I am a crafter. Stay safe & “God Bless” Ginny Pilarz

Your comment...