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  • Terry Yaceyko

    DIY Mirror (out of smaller mirror tiles)

  • Leslie Schmidt

    DIY Pottery Barn inspired wall mirror decor

  • Melissa Freeman

    Pottery Barn Eagan mirror knock-off with dollar store supplies.

  • Lauren Gamboa

    DIY Potter Barn Eagan Mirror - I would love to make this for our living room!

  • Courtney Frankenburger

    dollar store pottery barn inspired framed mirror!

  • Laura

    I love this concept and would like to try it for the living room or dining room: DIY Pottery Barn Mirror

  • Kelli

    Make a PB-Inspired Tiled Mirror for under $20 with dollar store supplies!

  • Scott Nunes

    #cheap #DIY #Mirror jusr like @Vicki Snyder Barn Eagan Mirror (Knock-off) Tutorial | The Lettered Cottage

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$11....using supplies from the Dollar Store! This whole website is full of Dollar Store tutorials!

Love how beautiful things across the room are highlighted in the reflection - good idea!

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Pottery Barn sells this mirror for over 500 dollars, here it shows you how to make it for under 100. I SOOOO want to make this!

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Woah! Totally doing this for a friend. A dollar store mirror with painted paint stir sticks glued on.

Project Estimate: 12 patterned tiles from Dollar Store, $12 Square mirror tile, $1 Foam core or scrap plywood or MDF, $1 and up Fabric, on hand e6000 glue, on hand

Knockoff mirror tut - want to figure out a better way than using puff paint though, and perhaps get molding @ home depot to re-frame for a more solid look.

I think this would be fun with one of those tacky, old gold, frames that used to be so popular. I would under-paint it with hammered bronze spray paint first, then go over it with the turquoise (or another color) but not completely cover up the bronze. Then of course you would have to have a mirror cut to fit, but that is pretty inexpensive. Would be such a FUN project! LOVE IT!!