HERE IS A GLAM DIY DOLLAR TREE MIRROR PROJECT THAT i HOPE YOU LIKE. I used mostly Dollar Tree items to make this mirror project. In my opinion, it is a glam and elegant mirror that is great for home decor and room decor. It is also an easy wall art or wall decor project. Hope to see you at my next DIY project. Thanks so much for watching!!!
1 Poster board – Dollar Tree
1 silver foil gift wrap paper – Dollar Tree
4 packages of gold and silver necklaces (but I only used the silver color) – Dollar Tree
1 round 5 inch candle holder mirror
1 decorative plaque
1 package of craft sticks
Non- Dollar Tree materials:
silver flower mesh –
gorilla glue sticks and glue gun
Below are DIY Projects I compiled into Playlists For Different Categories:
DIY STARBURST & SUNBURST MIRRORS
DIY WALL ART IDEAS on a BUDGET
DIY FAUX MOSAICS
DIY WEDDING IDEAS
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