Geometric Mirror- How can I make a small mirror hanging art?

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can you show me how to make the small mirror hanging art.
q geometric mirror
i am trying to see the blog but I couldn't find the explanation on how to do.
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  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on May 12, 2017
    http://www.hometalk.com/diy/decorate/mirror/diy-sunburst-mirror-from-a-candle-holder-1739225
    You can use candle holders-to make a a cool geometric mirror- I'm excited to see how yours comes out!

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on May 12, 2017
    www.hometalk.com/diy/decorate/mirror/plastic-spoon-sunburst-mirror-6975711

  • John John on May 12, 2017
    love it....i would use Apoxie ( NOT EPOXY) for the mirror to sit in. Apoxie is a two part clay that air dries. it can be textured, shaped, painted....make equal size balls and press the mirrors into it so the edges of the mirror are surrounded....shape as desired, texture as desired....if allowed to dry touching each other, you get one solid string of mirrors...or dry individually with eye pins in the top and bottom of the clay and space with jump rings and chain. when the clay is dried, paint as desired with acrylic paint, seal with varnish...use exacto knife to remove unwanted paint/varnish from the actual mirror. Apoxie can be bought on Ebay...but is difficult to find in craft stores....it is also great for making jewelry, mix it, flatten it, use cookie cutters, and gems pressed into it, allow to dry, glue on bail when dried, add paint, gold leaf, mica powders as desired................soooooo easy for a pendant

  • Sandra Allen Sandra Allen on May 12, 2017
    If you want it to be like this one, this is my suggestion. Find can lids just the size or slightly larger than your mirror. Use E6000 or other epoxy to adhere the mirrors to the cans. Then, once dry (always overnight with a bit of weight on them is good) and using rope, ribbon, ripped rags glue each mirror to them using an inch or so spacer, and you are golden. What ever you come up with please share??

  • Nancy Gramm Nancy Gramm on May 12, 2017
    Screw eyes into top and bottom of each ring, glue mirrors to the backs with mirror mastic --you can buy 2" craft mirrors at a number of places, including Amazon. Hook the mirrors together, hang them up--it looks as if they may have hung theirs from cup hooks on a large dowel.--and there you go!