So, I moved into my new space at Southern Antiques and Accents. There's still a little work to be done on the booth, but I definitely like how it's coming together. In preparation for the move, I did make a new, larger sign and (per the shop owner's suggestion) a small mirror for the display.
It took a little time for me to decide what to do for the mirror. I played with buttons, a larger mirror, some small found objects, and other options as ideas sprung into my head. However, the shop owner did say something about chalk. . . She could have said chalk paint, but I immediately envisioned a chalkboard.
How will you use your new mirror?
DIY Chalkboard with Mirror Tutorial
Labels: craft, jewelry booth, SAA display, tutorial
I’m a jewelry-artist, treasure hunter, & nature-lover that finds joy in the smallest things. I hope to spread that joy and inspiration.
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It looks great! Can't believe you found all these goodies at the dollar store!ReplyDelete
Well. . .the mirror and the tape were at the dollar store. The canvas board and metal corners are from the craft store, but they're not expensive products by any means. I'm so glad you like it! I love me some inexpensive projects! :)
What a fabulous DIY! I doubt we have chalk paint in Bulgaria but the idea is irresistible! I'm sure the message will make people smile and...melt ;)ReplyDelete
Ha! Cute Hope!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much Jenna. I do hope it works out in the booth. I've still got some playing to do with the booth and a few more projects, but this was a start!Delete
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Hope this is such a great DIY and a wonderful idea for your display! So many times, people are more receptive to buying when they an actually See themselves in the piece beforehand. Great idea!ReplyDelete
Lee, Aw. . .thanks so much! Yeah, the shop owner is totally the one who suggested I add a mirror. She said often customers will go in the bathroom to take a look at a piece on. So, I came up with this. It was so cheap and easy! And, I love the little bit of victorian-ish it has. . .so ladylike! Thank you for checking it out!Delete
Chalkboard paint seems like such a fun idea on so many different things. The mirror idea is adorable.ReplyDelete
Oh yeah, chalkboard paint can be great! It's definitely a craft staple to have on hand. Thanks so much for checking out my little mirror idea!
Definitely want to make a few!ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see more of your booth.
Thanks so much Bobbie. It was so easy and turned out so cute, I had to share!! :)ReplyDelete