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Lately I’ve had a beachy vibe thing going on around my house. I have been noticing these great vintage starburst painted pics going around Pinterest and I just fell in love with that old beach vibe! So since I have been wanting to make one of the trendy sunburst mirrors, I decided to combine the two styles and this is what I came up with! It worked out great and looks lovely in my Vintage Teal Playroom! Let me show you how I made it~
Vintage Starburst Mirror
- Cool crate like wall hanging or frame w/glass
- 6 packages square dowels
- Acrylic paint, from dark teal, orange to light yellow
- Sponge applicators
- Hot glue & gun
- Circle mirror
- Jute twine
Lay your square dowels in a pattern of a sunburst, slightly slanted so the mirror is on the left. (I used the thick dowels, but since they only come in random size packages. I needed 6 packs to get enough thick ones).
NOTE: DO NOT BE AFRAID OF HACK SAWS!!! They are super easy to use, just secure your dowels in a vice and cut away!