Beautiful DIY BoHo Mirror (Video Included)
Look out Anthropologie!!! Here’s the BEST DIY Boho Mirror project that looks like you bought it in a high-end store. Whether you like to watch a video tutorial (bottom of page) or photos with step-by-step instructions I’ve got ya covered!
Are you ready to grab your supplies to make your DIY Boho Chic Mirror?
Start by cutting “12” pieces of this soft cotton rope at 7″ in length.
Now, you can definitely use another type of rope. But, I think the reason this turned out looking like an expensive Boho Mirror is because of this particular soft rope.Next, uncoil each strip into three pieces.
Now take one of the strips and fold in half. Thread it through the last ring of the wreath base. (Shown in Step pull the two loose ends through the loop.)
Keep making little tassels until you reach the cross bar, shown in Step 6.
You going to thread the rope through the same way you made the other tassels. The only difference is that will take each loose end on either side of the cross bar. This way you will be able to hide the bar.
Next pull the two loose ends through and it will completely hide the cross bar, shown in Step 8.
This is already looking so darn cute!!
Now add some hot glue to the second ring of the wreath base.
Be sure to grab a piece of paper and put it under your DIY Mirror so you won’t ruin your table with any hot glue.
Working quickly…after adding your glue quickly position your mirror and firmly press down.
Now grab some twine or jute and string your wooden beads.
(TIP: Add a little hot glue to the cut end of your twine and gently smooth it to form a needle. Be careful not to burn yourself. This will make it easier to thread the wooden balls on the twine.)
When you have enough beads to fill the mirror you can tie it off.
All that’s left to do is hot glue the wood beads to the mirror and the rope.TIP: Working in small sections will give you enough time to add hot glue and place your wood beads to your DIY Boho Mirror before it dries.
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