I’m always on the look out for fun décor ideas for my kids’ rooms. I recently received a shopping spree opportunity at ConsumerCrafts.com. To be honest, I get kind of overwhelmed in retail craft stores, and shopping online at Consumer Crafts was so much easier, less stressful, and less expensive! I have teenage daughters and one of them seriously loves her bling. With items I purchased from the shopping spree, I was able to make this super cute DIY Mirrored Letter Craft. This letter craft is a “no-skills-required” kind of project that you will love!
How to Make a Mirrored Letter
You will need the following:
Assorted glass mirror rounds (1/2 – 2 inches)
a paper mache letter
craft paint & paint brush
hot glue & hot glue gun
NOTE: I already had a paper mache letter sitting in my craft closet, but Consumer Crafts has the entire paper mache alphabet and theirs is much better quality than mine was.
STEP 1: Choose your letter and paint color. You can use acrylic craft paint, spray paint, or wall paint even. My daughter has a turquoise and lime Roxy surfer girl room, so I chose a turquoise blue paint that matched it. All 4 of my kids’ names start with the letter “M”.
STEP 2: Give your letter a few coats of paint to cover well and allow to dry.
Step 3: Glue the mirror rounds to the painted paper mache letter with a dab of hot glue.
Step 4: Save 2 large circles to use a feet for your letter form. This will help it from tipping over. Or you can omit the mirror feet and hang it on a wall instead. TIP: hot glue a soda can tab to the back as an inexpensive wall hanger.
Isn’t is cute? It sits on her desk in her room next to her Hidden Silhouette Lampshade I made for her.
I’ll definitely be shopping at Consumer Crafts again. They have virtually any craft item you can think of. I might spell out entire word next time.
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