Now here is a bit of an unconventional tip for you. I have been using this method to hang plates on my walls for years and knew the same method would work for this mirror. Just take a small piece of ribbon…
Then use your hot glue to adhere a loop to the back of your finished woven mirror. It is simple, easy, inexpensive, and most importantly it works great.
I love this! I can’t wait to make one to go along with my spring and summer decor!
VERY sweet, and for a couple of dollars!?!?! It’s just wrong not to make one! 🙂 Thank you!
Very creative and well done, Angie! I love the tip about hanging plates as well as the adhesive that you recommended. So glad I stopped by today (via Knock Off Decor)!
Great idea, Angie! I am going to keep an eye out for that charger.
Love it! What a great idea, I never would have thought of using a woven placemat. please share this on my linky party http://suburbsmama.blogspot.com/2013/03/sunday-linky-party-1.html
What a smart idea! I really liked how it turned out.
Hi, I’m visiting from Thrifty Decor Chick. What a great creation — I could use a couple of those. Now I just have to get to the Dollar Store. Thanks so much for the inspiration and how to! Love it!
That looks amazing! Can’t believe it was so simple!!
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Geez. Two dollars versus $330. WIN.
The base for your mirror is pine needles. I have made things out this ad I los of fun. You gather pin needles(the longer the better). I use a straw to control them then sew with rafia. So much fun and create beautiful items.