Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Thanksgiving Mirror (etched glass vinyl)

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I just found this file and wanted to try it out. I love the look of etched mirrors but didn't want to do anything permanent.  I purchased this glassl etch vinyl a year ago and decided to use it.  I bought 2 "colors", a light and a dark.  This is the dark, and it shows up really well.  I really like how this looks, and plan to change it with the seasons.  I know the pictures are terrible, but this mirror doesn't come off the wall easily and I had to work with what I had.

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14 comments:

Precious Memories Scrapbooking & More said...

that is gorgeous!

xosparklesxo said...

It turned out just gorgeous, so elegant!

Amy said...

I wonder if you could use regular "clear" contact paper to get an etched look? Hmmmmmm, I might have to try that!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous look, Denise.
Didn't know there is an etched glass vinyl.

PJ(Jessie Adams)

Denise Hill said...

Amy- You can use contact paper for the same look. I've done it before and it works great!!!!

Love That Bug said...

Denise,
I love the etching on the mirror, it looks stunning.
What a pretty mirror too. I love the vines on top of the mirror.
thanks for sharing
Stacy

Carrie K said...

This is just beautiful! I love it! I have some of that vinyl. You have inspired me to finally do something with it!!! TFS

Cindi said...

Stunning! And the best part you can change it as you please!

Love That Bug said...

Denise,
I already commented on how great your mirror looks, but I wanted to tell ya that I have a blog award on my blog for ya.
Be sure to swing by and pick it up
Stacy

pezadoodle said...

that is SWEET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Trisha said...

Wonderful project! Thank you for sharing the cornucopia file. I love it!

Amy said...

Thanks Denise! I can't wait to try it!

cruisingcrafter said...

WOW!!!!! Great Project.

Anonymous said...

I can't believe you are only leaving that up for a coupld of weeks! It is gorgeous! Looks like a LOT of work to peel off and throw away. I am off to buy some of that vinyl though! if it isn't too expensive, I may do the same thing!