I have always admired the look of a 'starburst' mirror but never thought I could make one myself. Well today the weather was nice and I decided to take on the challenge. Here are the supplies I used to make my version of the starburst mirror for a fraction of the cost! (various mirror sizes found at Michaels, hot glue sticks and gun, & kabob skewers)
Before anything, I spray painted the skewers. I went with a solid black and then went back over them in a gold 'webbing' spray to add a touch of antique-ness :) however you can choose any color. I think a silver would look excellent if your space is more modernized.
Once my skewers were painted and dried, I hot glued the skewers to the back of the big mirror
This is what the mirror looked like after all the skewers were hot glued on the back at different lengths
Time to add the mirrors. I found all the mirror pieces at Michaels, and I spent under $10 on all of them
Applying the mirrors to the skewers was super easy. I started with the biggest ones and placed them randomly and worked my way to the tiniest mirrors to fill in spaces. Here is how my starburst mirror turned out and the final price was $12!
I'm really excited about my accomplishment!
I'm thinking this will make a great accent in my bathroom :)
here's to sunshine,