1.24.2012

THE REVEAL: wood shim sunburst mirror

I am too excited about this DIY sunburst mirror to wait until tomorrow to share it with you!  I think she's just wonderful. 


If you read the tutorial and you are even considering making one; do it!  The whole project can be done under $15.  Unless you need to buy a glue gun, but even then your cost is minimal.  The round mirror is from JoAnn fabrics.  I love how the edge has a design to it.

Here is the space I wanted to give life.

What do you think?  
(Besides the fact that when the room is done I really need to have someone else take the pictures.)


Thanks for sharing in my little crafting adventure. 
 I don't often make pieces for our home, but this was worth the effort.


Now who's next?!

I'm linking to these parties

32 comments:

  1. Abby it looks great!! Wow and a super price too!

    xoxo
    Karena

    Art by Karena

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  2. Wow that's really impressive! It looks great in your room. I am definitely going to make one.

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  3. "Don't often" is kind of a lie, don't you think? Considering you have made TWO beautiful pieces of art!

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  4. Love it! I may not be next, but I'm definitely doing this in a few months! :)

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  5. Great job! It really livens up that space!

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  6. Excellent! I will definitely do this at some point. Looks great over your piano.

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  7. You must have been busting to show the finished product! I love it. And it's in a great spot over the piano.

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  8. Looks so fantastic Abby! Love getting to watch your room come together, really fun :)

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  9. Love it! It really does bring some life to that wall.

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  10. Wow! NICE WORK! I like how the can light shines right on it - mahvelous!

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  11. That looks fantastic!!!!!!!! What an effort and totally perfect for that spot. And what a bonus that there is a light to shine on it. Bravo!

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  12. It's so cute!!! Love the color! Wow, I love how that room is coming together! :)

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  13. I like the way the light shines a little halo on it. :) Looks good!

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  14. It looks great. I love the yellow chevron pillow.

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  15. Your mirror looks great! You picked the perfect spot for it!

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  16. Um, I think your room looks pretty great right now and your starburst DIY is fantastic! I've seen a few versions of this but yours really stands out with the layers / dimension and the overall scale. Great inspiring job! This is my first visit to your blog & now I have to go read some more ... :)

    Robin
    happilyhomeafter.blogspot.com

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  17. I love a good DIY.... the mirror looks great. I just became a new follower!

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  18. I love sunburst mirror decorations! And this DIY one is perfect and very much fabulous! :)

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  19. Abby, this is a great, fresh take on the sunburst mirror and it looks amazing in your LR. Nice work!

    Cathy

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  20. It is just perfect! I love the color and the large shape!

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  21. I'm next, for sure!! I really want to do one for the baby's room (which is imaginary right now, because we haven't even started construction yet)....but for sure!! I am so excited! It turned out better than I could have hoped for. Great job, Abby!

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  22. This looks amazing! I really love this room too.

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  23. Looks awesome Abby! I really love the colour and it's the perfect piece above your piano :)

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  24. Love it love it love it!!!! It looks great and above the piano is the perfect spot!

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  25. It came out just fabulous! I love how full it is, you put a lot of shims on there and I think it looks amazing like that.

    Now you will become addicted and want to make more, that's what happened to me!

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  26. Ta Da!!!! Well done......I keep saying I am going to try my hand at a sunburst....I have seen so many DIY's out there!!!

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  27. I've got this gorgeous beast on my blog today! ;)

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Abby M. Interiors is a boutique design firm based in Grand Rapids, MI. Combining the new traditional, vintage and a dash of the unexpected is her ideal. Contact Abby M. Interiors for more information on available interior design services for clients near and far. abbyminteriors@gmail.com

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