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  • Roxy Originals

    mirror light Small mirror tiles glued to fishing line with lights behind. This is fantastic.

  • Allison O'Neill

    Small mirror tiles glued to fishing line with lights behind... so pretty! Mirror decor :)

  • Danielle Wust

    Small mirror tiles glued to fishing line with lights behind. This is fantastic. AWESOME GORGEOUS HANGING MIRROR MIRRORS STRINGS LIGHTS LIGHTING TO SPICE UP LIGHTEN BRIGHT UP HOME DECOR AWESOME DECORATING IDEAS

  • Masha Crayne

    Lighted Mirror Garland: small mirror tiles glued to fishing line with fairy lights behind.

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Small mirror tiles glued to fishing line with lights behind. This is fantastic.

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