Five Minute DIY Starburst Mirror

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(Last Updated On: January 23, 2018)

Make your own DIY Starburst Mirror in only five minute (yes, I’m totally serious)!

Five Minute DIY Starburst Mirror (yes, it really only takes five minutes!) | littleredwindow.com

There aren’t very many home decor trends as popular and long lived as the starburst mirror. They have been all over the place for a long long time and I don’t think they’re leaving anytime soon. I mean, a mirror is always a great addition to a room to reflect light and make a space look bigger and a starburst mirror is even better!

But you probably looked at the title of this post, and said to yourself, “A five minute DIY starburst mirror?? She is so full of salambo!”  (Salambo = how O said bologna when he was little, a combo of bologna and salami, we think) Well, guess what, I’m not! This DIY starburst mirror seriously takes barely any time at all. I was pretty proud of myself when I spotted the random supplies at the craft store to make this. You aren’t going to believe what it’s made of… Here’s how I did it…

DIY Five Minute Starburst Mirror

10 inch round mirror

Multi-surface glue

Sawtooth picture hanger

13 inch plastic charger, this one is very similar to mine. This one is also pretty!

1 . First, spread some glue around the edges of the back of your mirror. Make sure you have a strong multi-surface glue that’s appropriate to attach glass to plastic, we don’t want your mirror crashing down!Five Minute DIY Starburst Mirror (yes, it really only takes five minutes!) | littleredwindow.com Five Minute DIY Starburst Mirror (yes, it really only takes five minutes!) | littleredwindow.com Five Minute DIY Starburst Mirror (yes, it really only takes five minutes!) | littleredwindow.com2. Apply the mirror to the center of the plastic charger plate and allow to dry overnight.

3. The next day, glue a sawtooth picture hanger to the back of the charger so you will be able to hang your mirror. Again, make sure you are using a strong glue appropriate for gluing metal to plastic! Allow to dry overnight again before hanging.

And that’s it! See, I told you, total hands-on time five minutes or less for a beautiful DIY starburst mirror! Five Minute DIY Starburst Mirror (yes, it really only takes five minutes!) | littleredwindow.com Five Minute DIY Starburst Mirror (yes, it really only takes five minutes!) | littleredwindow.com

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One thought on “Five Minute DIY Starburst Mirror

  1. What a great idea! I was in need of such one and searching for the best solution online. Your idea has made my charm! I’m going to make a starburst mirror myself now, hope it will be like yours. Thanks!

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