I have saved these fragments over recent years, knowing eventually I would find a project to use them in.
The fragments of broken mirror are “buttered,” with tile adhesive and stuck to the wall, bit by bit.
To protect fingers from the sharp edges, I am edging the project with glass beads…though you can use any practical medium for this, including wood, sea-shells, buttons…whatever you have!
This project, works really well above a mantle or shelf where candles can be placed in front to reflect magical light on a midwinter evening!
There was a time, not so long ago, when only wealthy people could afford mirrors.
Recycling and upcycling is always the challenge here at Bealtaine Cottage…
Don’t Throw It Away…There is No Away!
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