Purrfect DIY Mirror

Purrfect DIY Mirror

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Purrfect DIY Mirror
Purrfect DIY Mirror
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Complete your vanity set with this Purrfect DIY Mirror. This DIY mirror frame is a beautiful and simple piece of handcrafted furniture that will delight you and your family. With only a few materials, you can create this cat-shaped masterpiece. This DIY mirror craft comes with a tutorial on how to make a triangle stand for the mirror, but you can fasten a hook and hang this from a wall, too! Wherever you put this amazing DIY mirror idea, it will look great! Any guests who see it will certainly think it's the cat's pajamas. 
 

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsWood

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

Difficulty LevelEasy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • 6mm plywood
  • Small round mirror
  • Jig saw
  • Compass
  • Ruler
  • Hot glue
  • Wood glue
  • Sanding paper

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What a cute idea! I like this Purrfect DIY Mirror craft. I don't have a jigsaw, but do have a scroll saw that will do the job. I want to make on for my Grand daughter and think I'll stain the wood a light oak color. Also, I'm not sure I would use hot glue to glue the mirror on the wood? After time the hot glue would fail, so I'm going to look to find a better glue. Any ideas? It would be good if you can fold the back stand flat for storage when it's not being used. So many ideas going though my mind with this wood craft. The pattern idea is great with some nice pictures. I'm looking forward to making this one. Thank you so much for sharing this free wood craft.

I can see this cat mirror hanging in a little girls room decorated with jewels all around the mirror. the hardest part is cutting out the shape with the jigsaw. This is so cool and a nice way to make a special mirror for her to use in her room and for a cat lover you can make a big one for. can you imagine the look on their face when you give them the mirror. This requires a little extra work but it is well worth it. Nice tutorial and so creative.

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