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  • Michelle Dodrill

    Pop art mirror. Cut pop cans open to lay flat. Cut the aluminum into small squares. Then use small finishing nails to tack the squares onto a wooden framed mirror that has been painted black.

  • The Paper Girl

    Pop Art Mirror Recycled soda cans, hand-cut and nailed to a wooden frame, get a new start in this sparkling mirror. This is such a great idea although apart from coke with my bourbon I don't drink soda so would have to raid the neighbours recycling bins.

  • Kathie Maximovich

    Recycled Art - items made from recycled materials. Mitch and Susie Levin’s Pop Art Mirror. Recycled soda cans, hand-cut and nailed to a wooden frame, get a new start in this sparkling mirror. Signed on reverse. Hanging wire included.

  • ART on the Ranch

    Mosaic Class - Recycled Project soda can mosaic mirror

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