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It is a mirror/art piece created from a ceiling medallion! A while back (like 9 mos. to a year ago) I picked up this ceiling medallion at my favorite 25¢ booth at my parking lot yard sale. I wasn’t sure if it I was going to use it for medallion or for an art piece but for 25¢ I figured I could do something with it!
I also had in my stash a mirror/candle plate from Hobby Lobby. $2.99 but half off so I paid $1.50. So this project cost me $1.75, and took me like 1.5 minutes, after the items sat in my craft/spare room aka “the room where crafts go to die” for almost a year.
I wiped down the medallion and the mirror and hot glued the mirror on to the back of the medallion. I didn’t even paint the medallion as I wanted it white anyways, but it would probably have a glossier finish if I would paint it.
You can also see that I used to have a large plate hanging in the middle of the smaller plates in my dining room. I decided to switch that out with this ceiling medallion mirror for now.
I would like to eventually use the ceiling medallion mirror in a gallery wall arrangement in our master bedroom once I decorate/makeover that room. But until then I will enjoy it in the dining room.
You can see my pumpkin topiary sitting on the kitchen table reflecting it in the mirror in this shot.
To see how I made the pumpkin topiary check out this post. To get details on my dining room before/after project check out this post. And to see how I originally chose and hung those plates on the wall with invisible hangers made from paper clips check out this post.
How about you? Do you take 9 months to do projects that take 2 minutes? Need a mirror or some decor for your house and have an extra ceiling medallion laying around?? :)
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