Dollar Tree Mirrored Centerpieces DIY Project

6 Materials
$16
20 Minutes
Easy

The tutorial that I bring to you today is a very simple one, Dollar Tree Mirrored Centerpieces using Dollar Tree Mirrors. Going to the Dollar Tree is like an adventure, you get so many things with which we can create and make accessories to decorate either for our home, our office or for that activity you are planning and want to do at a low cost.

On my last visit I bought some mirrors that its original use is to carry candles. I found them perfect for centerpieces so we went straight to the tutorial of these Dollar Tree Mirrored Centerpieces.

To start remove the bumpers that comes in the back of the mirrors to prevent them from moving. It is not necessary to do it in the square mirrors because these will be inside the centerpiece.

First stick the octagonal mirror over the square mirror. And then do the same with the other three to form the four sides of the centerpiece.

 

Take two of the mirrors (already prepared with two mirrors) and place them in an L shape to glue them.

Try to glue the pieces well joined to avoid see a separation between mirror and mirror.

Place an artificial plant and Voilá!


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  • Lynn
    on Jan 10, 2019

    I am going to try this ASAP

  • Vivian
    on Jan 14, 2019

    I've found that certain times of the day the sun comes in you can put a mirror up to let the sun reflect from it ..if you let it shine on the ceiling it's a brighter light then any other in the room . only thing is I don't know how or where to put it in a permanent place.

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