Mirror Holiday Wreath Project

We admit it, we get a little crafty around the holidays. And being surrounded by glass and mirror all the time tends to factor into our plans. So this year, we decided to make a mirror wreath to add a little modern sparkle to our Christmas.

Dreamwalls Mirror Wreath

It’s a fairly easy to make project once you gather all the supplies. We actually used mirrors we purchased on Amazon since we don’t sell directly to the public and wanted to make it easily replicable. Craft stores like Michael’s and Hobby Lobby also sell small craft mirrors inexpensively, and you can get mirror adhesive at Lowe’s or Home Depot. Always make sure it’s an adhesive formulated specifically for mirrors; normal construction adhesive will eat the back off the mirror and cause some unwanted spots to show up later. We used our own formula here, but Dow 995 Construction adhesive will work, too.

Supplies For Mirror Wreath

Waiting for the adhesive to fully cure is probably the thing that takes the longest,…a good 24 hours is recommended but it may vary depending on your local weather; humidity and temperatures can affect cure time. It can also be used as a centerpiece with candles and greenery in the center for a lovely look.  On the wall, you can hang it from the ribbon, or use one of the wooden base’s pre-existing holes to hang on the wall. We hope you enjoy making this little project!

Gardner Glass Products Holiday Mirror Wreath Project


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