Popsicle Stick Sunburst Mirror

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Melissa from The Happier Homemaker finally jumped on the sunburst mirror bandwagon after seeing an inspiration piece by Ballard Designs made of bone. Melissa had the instant idea to use popsicle sticks and an old clock from her stash to recreate it. I don’t think you could ask for better rays than those popsicle sticks!

sunburst mirror from popsicle sticks

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Sunburst Mirror

sunburst mirror from candle holder

Cheryl from That’s What {Che} Said was shopping at Hobby Lobby when she came across a sunburst mirror that she loved. It was way overpriced, so Cheryl continued on down the aisle to stumble upon a candle holder for $4 that boasted the same “sunbursts” as the mirror. The repurposing project came to life even better than Cheryl expected and was way cheaper at only $10.

sunburst mirror from candle holder

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Wood Sunburst Mirror

wood shim sunburst mirror

If, like Sarah from Thrifty Décor Chick, you’ve been holding back on the sunburst mirror trend, now may be the time to jump on the bandwagon. Sarah finally created two wood shim sunburst mirrors after planning their design ages ago. They cost her $10 each, which is a pretty spectacular price for a 34” piece […Read More]

Gold Sunburst Mirror

Jacky from Small Home Love found a sunburst mirror she absolutely loved, but at $308, it definitely wasn’t happening. Two mirrors would run Jacky over $600! Ouch! Why not make her own for $8 each? That’s just what Jacky did with small round mirrors, bamboo skewers, and some gold spray paint. I really like how […Read More]