Mini Sunburst Mirror

By Sarah Adiutori of Weekend Pursuits

Mini Sunburst Mirror via Print (Em) Shop

If you live in temporary housing (i.e. dorms and apartments) you may think that your options for decorating your walls are limited. Perhaps you have even resigned yourself to living in a home with blank walls, which for a gallery wall enthusiast like myself would be unbearable. However, thanks to 3Ms Command Brand there are a slew of lightweight options, like Print (Em) frames and this Mini Sunburst Mirror, that can help you reinvent your space and design the room of your dreams without damaging the walls.

Mini Sunburst Mirror via Print (Em) Shop

Supply List
3 inch Small Round Mirror
8 ­- 7.5 inch Flat Wooden Sticks

24 -­ 5.75 inch Flat Wooden Sticks Gold Spray Paint
Hot Glue Gun and Glue
Sharpie 

Directions

1. Spray paint the wooden sticks and allow to dry. 

Mini Sunburst Mirror via Print (Em) Shop

2. On the back of the mirror, mark the center and four areas on the edge of the mirror equidistance from one another (see photo). 

Mini Sunburst Mirror via Print (Em) Shop

3. Attach the 7.5 inch wooden sticks to the back of the mirror using hot glue, adhere four of the wooden sticks where you placed the marks on the edge of the mirror, making sure they meet in the middle. Then glue the remaining four in the center of the first four wooden sticks, allow the glue to dry. 

Mini Sunburst Mirror via Print (Em) Shop

4. Next attach the 5.75 inch wooden sticks to the back of the mirror using hot glue, adhere three wooden sticks in between each of the 7.5 inch wooden sticks, allow the glue to dry and hang up. 

Mini Sunburst Mirror via Print (Em) Shop

Sarah Adiutori is the editor and founder of Weekend Pursuits, where she inspires DIY Mavens to embrace the best days of each week. From Friday night (post-happy hour #cheers) to Sunday (pre-bunch), she knows a DIY lady will cook, create and celebrate until her heart is content or she runs out of sequins. Adiutori has bounced between the west and east coast throughout her life and currently resides in the Northeast. A self proclaimed (although confirmed by most everyone she meets) glitter obsessed, caffeine addicted, craft lover who has never met a hashtag she didn’t like. She always has a “just in case” piece of jewelry in her extra large handbag and lots of hand sanitizer.