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  • Amanda Cadena

    5.00 walmart mirror, hobby lobby flowers and hot glue gun! such a cute idea!!

  • Heather Olson

    Not sure that I'd use the fake flowers but it's till a really simple project! Walmart mirror, hobby lobby flowers and hot glue. mirrors are $5!

  • Carole McGuire

    $5 mirror from WalMart, flowers from Hobby Lobby, and a hot glue gun. - Need to do this...There is no full length mirror in the house, so I end up stading on my bed to see in the dresser mirror...such a cute idea!

  • Danielle Johnson

    5.00 walmart mirror, hobby lobby flowers and hot glue. with different flowers, cute idea for a little girls room.

  • Ginger Lusk

    $5 mirror from WalMart, flowers from Hobby Lobby, and a hot glue gun. So cute - Click image to find more DIY Crafts Pinterest pins...nanas room

  • Kari Renner

    Hot glue flowers to a cheap full length mirror.- or smaller mirror. Would be cute in a little girls room or bathroom

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