Supplies Needed (for two mirrors):
- 2 BHG Trays
- 2 Mirrors – 12 inch diameter
- E-6000 glue
- Hooks to hang and supplies needed
- Sticky Back Velcro
- Start by gathering the supplies. Using the E-6000 glue apply it to the back of one mirror and place it down onto the center of the tray. Push it down with firm pressure and allow it to dry for a few hours or overnight.
- Cut three pieces of jute. The length of the jute will depend on how long you want them to hang but I used three five foot pieces. Braid the three pieces together and knot them onto the tops of both handles. I also added a knot to the center of the jute to create a loop for hanging but that is optional. Trim the ends if needed.
- To hang the mirrors we used hooks. We used a measure tape, pencil and drill to measure and hang the hooks with the provided screws. Since the mirrors didn’t hang flush to the wall we used a piece of sticky back Velcro for the bottom edge of the mirror. We placed one piece on the wall and other just on the edge of the back of the tray so you couldn’t see it.
- If you are making two mirrors repeat steps 1 through 3.
The mirrors cost me around $30 for both not counting the hooks or Velcro which my parents already had. Those would set you back a few more dollars. I have tons of jute left I can use for a lot of other projects too! My friend Megan from Balancing Home shared a tutorial for a rope wrapped vase a while ago and I have thought about using some of the leftover jute to make my own!
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