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  • Julie Simpson

    The Kid's Bathroom! Revamp Bathroom Mirror: Before & After -- And it doesn't involve cutting or removing the mirror! Would be perfect in the master bath. Wow could we use this in 2 of our bathrooms!!!

  • Lisa Kuchta

    Bathroom Mirror: frame and cupboard that doesn't involve cutting or removing the mirror. Photo only.

  • Terra Cox Butler

    I would love to do this in my master bathroom!! Revamp Bathroom Mirror: Before & After -- And it doesn't involve cutting or removing the mirror! Perfect for the kids bathroom

  • Vanessa Terrell - Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

    Revamp Bathroom Mirror: Before & After. No mirror-cutting involved! @ Home Decor Ideas

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