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

Fantastic! Use a sponge to soak up concrete mix in whatever shape you desire and let it harden into a hardened version of what you just cut out! make pavers for the school garden?

Wall art made from toilet paper rolls! I've been looking for something to go above the bed. I'm thinking the white canvas and the tp flowers a rust color to match my bedding. So cheap! So if I don't like it, no big deal!

YES

made from pegboards (easy to find at hardware stores.) This is fantastic and easy to recreate, or use your own cross stitch pattern .

LOVE LOVE LOVE A little inexpensive white tulle and some Dollar Tree glittery snowflakes and... Voila! Winter wreath!

Silver sparkle kitchen backsplash - so pretty!

DIY Christmas Tree

"Glam" Floor Mirror - Neiman Marcus. Patterned, beveled-mirror glass highlights this glamorous floor mirror. But there's more to this mirror than meets the eye. A hidden compartment behind the center mirror allows for pocket storage of valuables. Imported.•Handcrafted of hardwood solids, laminated lumber, resin, and plated mirror glass. •Hand finished in antiqued silver. •One hidden door. •48"W x 4.25"D x 82"T. $1659

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Retired wine barrel turned into a piece of art. Easily add corks while on the wall. Solid construction holds larger display items

DIY Broken Mirror Wall Art. Fun project and easy to do. Tutorial from Potholes & Pantyhose here. *Love how this is listed on her blog under “arts and crap”.

How To: Surreal DIY Cloud Backdrop (supposedly for weddings but probably awesome in my house)

Make a Mirror from Plastic Spoon

Fantástico!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mirrored tiles

toy hot wheels matchbox cars around mirror, spray painted. THIS WOULD BE SO CUTE FOR A LITTLE BOY'S ROOM

DIY Budget Lighting Projects • Lots of Ideas and Tutorials!

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Use string lights with clothespins to hang photographs.