How can I frame my octagon mirror?
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How about making a "faux" frame using etching powder? Tape off the border with masking tape and apply the etching powder for the correct amount of time and you will have a frosted looking border. This will not only look great but will keep the weight down since there will be no wood, tile or other material on the glass.
Here is one idea https://www.hometalk.com/diy/decorate/mirror/do-it-yourself-gold-octagon-mirror-revamp-4269087
Do It Yourself Gold Octagon Mirror Revamp
You could use the lite weight faux wood trim (styrofoam) to cut and attach to your mirror. It’s easy to cut and can attach with double sided tape.
If you are looking for a wood frame here is an option. Since you have a miter you should have no problem cutting the angles. Enjoy the project!