This is another super easy DIY that anyone can do. I saw these driftwood mirrors at Pottery Barn and other online stores. I knew it would be easy and inexpensive to do.
I bought all the driftwood from Hobby Lobby, with the exception of a package, bought from Joann Fabric & Crafts, but it does not really look like driftwood and it's It was twice as expensive. Hobby Lobby also has an assortment of chunky pieces and longer, slimmer pieces. They were only $ 2.99 each and I used the 40% coupon to get them for about $ 2 each. It only took 3 packs, so it's a total of $ 6 for driftwood. The mirror was purchased from Joann Fabric & Crafts because they have mirrors that are not bevelled, which I prefer. I bought the 16 "mirror for about $ 4 using one of their coupons as well.I also bought the QuickGrip contact adhesive from Joann using a coupon.This thing is amazing. .. even Martha Stewart uses it. The hangers are from Walmart and were $ 3.
If you wish, you can get a thin MDF board or something to secure your mirror and hangers. I have already worked with QuickGrip and I am confident that both hangers will withstand. The mirror does not seem too heavy.
You can throw your pieces to see how all this will look in advance or you can do it as you go. I just stuck them while I was there and it went very well. As the tube says, do not put too much glue on your surface. Be sure to apply it to where the wood will touch the surface as it will not be perfectly flat.
When you start applying them, make the outer pieces overlap the edges to hide the edge of the mirror. When you start stacking them, you can fill in spaces that you could not get.
Once you have all the pieces, let it dry for at least 24 hours. I usually wait 48 hours just to be safe.
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