Do you love a good makeover? This Framed Mirror Makeover was so fun and easy that I just knew I needed to share it with you. Did you know that Plaid makes ModPodge Mega Glitter? I can think of so many ways to use this and wanted to tell you all about it.
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Step One: Tape off mirror
The first thing you want to do is tape off your mirror so that no glitter will adhere to it. I used a roll of painter’s tape so that it wouldn’t leave a residue.
Step Two: Apply Mega Glitter ModPodge
Use your foam brush, load it with ModPodge and simply brush it onto your frame. The first coat will be fairly thin, but as you apply more it will fill in all of those empty spots.
Apply your first coat, making sure to hit all the sides of the frame, then let dry. Since foam brushes dry fairly quickly, I also cleaned out my brush and let it dry along with the first coat. I left about an hour between coats to ensure that it was completely dry before adding another coat.
Apply your second coat an hour later.
Then apply your third another hour later.
Keep going until your project is completely covered in glitter. I was satisfied with mine after the fifth layer. Remove your painter’s tape.
Step 3: Finished!
Once your final layer is dry, go ahead and hang it on your wall to add a beautiful, classy sparkle to your home.
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Thanks again, and happy crafting!
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Sheri has been creating all of her life in various ways and finds great purpose and empowerment in creating something new. When she’s not in the workshop or craft room she is making memories with her husband, four kids, perfect dog and ornery cat.