Bathroom Remodeling

Greenback Tree Do it yourself || Large Attractive Wall Mirror





Hello Fellas! Welcome Again to My Channel!

For this huge mirror, I employed:
-12 Framed Mirrors
– Crushed Mirror (5-6 damaged mirrors)
– Mod Podge (16 oz)
– Foam Brush
– Glitter Ribbon (1 1/2 Rolls)
– Strong Adhesive (or E6000)
– Silver Glitter (Great and Jumbo)
– Foam Board (3×4 ft. piece that I experienced left from an additional task)

Resources:
-Plastic spoon (to distribute/flatten mirror items)
-Plastic Bowl
-Incredibly hot Glue Gun/Sticks
-Scissors

Crushed Glass Inspiration Video:

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29 comments

  1. Love it 😍

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  2. Saludos bendiciones, me encanta la creatividad q usted mantienes. Sería bueno instrucciones escrita en español para q se facilite para también el q no sabe inglés .

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  3. This is beautiful but how did you hang it up

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  4. nice

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  5. Stunning

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  6. That really is beautiful.

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  7. I'm moving into a new place that has two bathrooms. Each bathroom has a large mirror with wood frame that I would like to cover with crushed mirror. Do you have any suggestions of how I can apply the crushed mirror without taking down the frame?

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  8. Nice job! However, it may be wise to include in the tutorial, how you hang the mirror to the wall since you did show the end result to be the mirror "hanging above the bed in the guest room". I was looking forward to that part… 😉

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  9. 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍 meraviglioso!

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  10. Beautiful Gorgeous Amazing. Love it.

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  11. Micheals carries this glass all year round here in Oregon. It’s usually by the vase things since they use it as a filler 😊 ya’ll might want to look on line and just pick up in store.

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  12. Is the insulated foam board safe for breathing in?

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  13. Hi dear Denise, wanted to give you a heads up please. I discovered that my modge podge was Matt not gloss. So you might want to tell the ladies to be sure to get gloss mod podge
    I made the three tier jewelry organizer and I painted my push pins with the matte modge podge and it took away a lot of the sparkle so that was kind of a bummer anyway thank you so much love you stuff keep it up girlfriend period.

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  14. Well I heard you give credit here. Stay Positive,😘 @Dazzling Designs by Denise

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  15. Me gustaría comprar todos los materiales y que me envíen a mi país, Ecuador

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  16. Alguém sabe dizer se é aréia pratiada?

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  17. I love this! So easy and beautiful!

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  18. How did you do that vintage bike I really like and want to know how to do that

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  19. Thats really nice, thanks!

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  20. 😍😍

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  21. Is there any thing else I could use to seal the glass on

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  22. I love this frame could you give me the Measurements of the foam board you used.

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  23. Beautiful

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  24. Beautiful 💕

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  25. You are so creative. I want to use items from around my house to give them a face lift. But I just don't know how to really get started on what to buy..I have some items, but i see i need more. You are AWESOME

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  26. I can’t wait to make this😍😍😍😍 thank you

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  27. By the way I LOVE YOUR STYLE, THANK YOU FOR SHARING

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  28. I want to do my mirror over the vanity, its plain now. To get cut mirrors from glass store around 300.
    My dollar tree doesn’t have the frame with the cut mirror frame.maybe amazon? I like the peel and stick
    Flourishes can’t fine them either at HL or michaels. Any more suggestions??

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  29. Love all of your videos, I juat found yoyr videos yesterday

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