Anthropologie Inspired Vintage Dissolved Mirror
So, we did what any self respecting DIY'er would do, we went to the thrift store. Below we will walk you through how to make your own Vintage Dissolved Mirror Iron Orchid Style! Remember, you don't have to sacrifice sophisticated design when you DIY, it's simply the best of both worlds; creativity AND design.
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Necee Marie on Nov 02, 2018
Lindsay on Dec 05, 2019
I can not seem to get a nice impression the entire length of my glass. I am following the directions and tips to a T, but my impressions will not line up properly or they leave a very distinct space. For some reason this always happens to me with these stamps. I always have excellent results with the large rubber stamps, but never with the IOD's. I really want to make this as it would o beautifully with my decor and typically these types of DIYs are a breeze for me. I don't have the stamp mount but was using another long narrow piece of glass that was working pretty well. Anything that anyone can suggest to help me would be much appreciated. As I said, I am following the directions and tips and the stamps are just not cooperating. This has been a few projects now where I had this issue. No problem with molds, transfers or even stamps of another brand.
Do you make these custom to buy (if I wanted to have a similar dissolved lace mirror but didn't have time to make it myself?)?
I left a comment that is more of a question. I don't often get answers from the authors on Hometalk. Is there another way I can try to reach them about this project?
Regarding Step 8, do you let the vinegar and water solution dry first before you apply the Looking Glass spray?