diy nautical mirror

I’m loving the nautical theme for this spring. It’s clean, classic and simple to incorporate around the home. I recently wandered through the Dollar Tree up the street and found this mirror that clearly needed an upgrade.

diy nautical mirror

I’ve been wanting to create something nautical for a little while now, and this was the perfect “ginny pig” for my nautical project. All I needed was some rope or thick twine. I found this awesome-ness at The Hob.

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It’s thick like rope, but way more pliable to form around a mirror. I whipped out my glue gun and got to gluing.

diy nautical mirror

The result was this ship-shape, clean-as-a-whistle, nautical mirror, and it cost me under $2.00 to make. Score!

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This hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast, and which enters the Presence behind the veil… | Hebrews 6:19


8 thoughts on “diy nautical mirror

    1. Thanks, Audra! Haha… yes, I ended up going a third time around the mirror after I took the photo of it to make it look a little thicker! Thanks for stopping by!

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