I’m writing this post in a gorgeous apartment in NYC (dedication, folks!) I’ve been doing so much exploring around the city and I’m feeling so inspired to dive into new projects when I get home! Until then, here’s a project I made last week!
I’ve been meaning to make a leather hanging mirror for months now and when I finally decided to make one the other day, I had extra dried eucalyptus laying on the floor from the wall hanging so I added a few pieces! In under five minutes you can have one of these hanging on your wall too!What you need:
-10″ Round Mirror
-Strip of Leather
-Hot Glue Gun
How to make it:
-Use hot glue gun to attach both ends of the leather to the back of the mirror. Cut and arrange pieces of eucalyptus and glue in place. That’s it! (It’s much stronger than you would think – I did use a softer leather though.)