BURLAP MIRROR Made with TP Rolls
Would you believe me if I told you this decorative burlap mirror is made from TP rolls, embroidery hoops, twine and burlap? Well, guess what that is exactly what it is made from. Today I am going to share with you all how to create this quick and easy burlap decorative mirror that can be used pretty much any where, on the wall, on a stand for a makeup mirror.
Here is a list of supplies I put together for you if you would like to make one of your own. This post may contain some affiliate links, click here for disclosure.
Toilet paper rolls: Start saving those empty rolls. (You can also use paper towel rolls)
Cordless Gun: My new best friend no cord, attached stand and multi temp …love it!
cut your burlap to fit the size of embroidery hoop
separate embroidery hoop
lay burlap over then inner hoop
place the outer part of the hoop over the burlap and inner hoop
pull burlap taunt
trim off access burlap
hot glue jute around the outer part of the hoop
Wrap 4″ hoop with jute
hot glue mirror to the back side of hoop
center on the larger embroidery burlap hoop and hot glue in place
Adding toilet paper design
You can follow the design in the picture below:
Cutting along the roll cut off 1/4 inch strips
Some are kept in circles and pinched at the ends
The curly ones the circle piece was cut in half and rolled at one end leaving a tail
For the ones that are closest to the mirror the left over piece from curly parts are shaped into a “V”s
Layout your design and build off the mirror. You can follow this one or create your own.
Once you have laid out your design hot glue in place…this is where I love my cordless glue gun no cord to get in the way and mess up my design!
Isn’t it Amazing what you can do with TP rolls…my head is spinning on what else I can do with them…What would you make with TP rolls?
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