Morgan Murray
Morgan Murray
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  • Glen Allen, VA

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall....

5 Materials
$5
15 Minutes
Easy

This rope mirror is a wonderful neutral accessory to hang on your wall or place on a shelf. The best part? It comes together so quickly and is basically fool-proof! Grab your glue gun and make this cute, on trend item for your home!

mirror mirror on the wall

For just a couple dollars you can have a beautiful accent mirror that looks perfect with coastal, farmhouse, or neutral decor!

mirror mirror on the wall
  • Trace your craft mirror in the center of your cardboard circle.
  • Glue in place with hot glue gun.
mirror mirror on the wall
  • Lay rope out along the edge of mirror and cut how long of a piece you need.
mirror mirror on the wall
  • Glue lengths of rope in place with hot glue.
  • For each new row, continue laying rope down to "measure" how much rope you will need. Cut to length and glue.
mirror mirror on the wall
  • TIP: Vary where the ends of the rope are for each new row so that all of them aren't in the same exact side.
mirror mirror on the wall

TIP: Here you can see how I lay the rope around to see how long of a piece I will need before I cut the rope to the correct length.

mirror mirror on the wall
  • When you reach the end of the cardboard, glue a last piece of rope to the edge to create a nice, finished look.
mirror mirror on the wall
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2 questions
  • Kay Cloninger Kirby
    on Apr 9, 2019

    How big is this mirror .. thought about using cardboard round from frozen pizza

    Great mother's day project for my Wednesday night church class

    • Morgan Murray
      on Apr 9, 2019

      It's about 12-14 inches in diameter finished, so you definitely could use a pizza circle from the box!

  • Cindy
    6 days ago

    Very clever and easily enough done. I wonder if I could double up on the cardboard, in order to possibly stabilize the back of the mirror? Thanks for sharing your idea, I am sure the ladies will enjoy this craft very much !!

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