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Anthropologie Hack On A Thrifted Mirror

Anthropologie Hack On A Thrifted Mirror

This large gorgeous mirror started out with a plain frame and a large blemish on the mirror. Zeb and I transformed this mirror on our Waste Not Wednesday episode on our channel. If you want to see the transformation click on the link below.

Watch The Transformation: https://youtu.be/Q-F5Th7Tj0s

Products used to create the mirror:

IOD Molds: https://jamirayvintage.com/search?q=m...
Paper Clay:
https://jamirayvintage.com/products/p...
Apothecary Paint:
https://jamirayvintage.com/products/a...
Golden Ticket:
https://jamirayvintage.com/products/g...
Brushes:
https://jamirayvintage.com/search?q=b...
Clear Wax:
https://jamirayvintage.com/products/d...

6 comments

  • Do you have to seal the transfer with something?
    Sorry if I missed the answer somewhere.

    Paula Carmichael
  • Do you have to seal the transfer on the glass with something ?
    If so, what? Sorry if I missed the answer somewhere.

    Paula Carmichael
  • I’ve worked with polymer clay, but the air dry paper clay looks much easier. These molds are beautiful…I will begin looking for the "right mirror and then begin this new challenge…thanks so much,..will send pics when completed!!! Joann

    JoAnn Nelson
  • This is a masterpiece, I do large mirrors with shell frames but this is something else, I will try this it looks like the challenge I have been waiting for.
    Blessings to you
    Shez ( Adelaide, Australia) xx

    Sheryl Malone
  • This looks wonderful.

    HappilyHomeschoolinginIowa

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