Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Ceiling Medallion Mirror

Let me just first say how much I love garage sales! Its like a treasure hunt to me. These ceiling medallions I bought for $1 a piece and I bought them just because I liked the detail on them and I also knew that to buy these brand new could cost anywhere from $10-$100+ A treasure indeed I happened to stumbled upon! 
    Well originally I had thought about using these for what they were meant for but then I have always loved mirrors and easily envisioned popping a round mirror right in the middle of it.

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Supplies- Ceiling Medallion ,white gloss spray paint, glue gun, 6" round mirror that can be bought at Michaels or Joanns, and a saw tooth hanging hook



 Step 1. spray paint  Step 2. hot glue the mirror in place Step 3. hot glue the saw tooth hook on the back of the medallion




I have this lovely mirror now hanging in my entry way


Here's a picture of  what a ceiling medallion is originally  meant for.



Linked to-craft-o-maniac,52 MantelsA stylish little ladyA little tipsychic on a shoestring decorating,The Shabby NestSugar and Spice, ,Blissful and Domestic,tatertots and jello, six sisters stuff,Craft-O-Maniac,The shady porch ,a pinch of joy, remodelaholic, fine craft guildclassyclutter

36 comments:

  1. I love this idea! Found you through the blog hop :)

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  2. I was very impressed when I saw it at our last card group. Very cute and clever!

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  3. Great idea! It's perfect for an entryway or hallway.

    Thanks for stopping by and following through the Linky Followers hop. I'm here, happily following back! (through GFC and Pinterest too)

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  4. so cute! what a great idea Cassidy!

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  5. wow, that is amazing! What an awesome way to re-purpose a ceiling medallion. I love stuff like that it's so chic :)



    The House of Shoes

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  6. My kind of diy...easy, cute, and practical! Thanks for sharing this one today:D

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  7. Very cute! And yes, I ADORE garage sales as well... something thrilling about the hunt ;-)

    Your newest follower,
    Samm @ LittleHouseintheBigD.blogspot.com

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  8. What a great idea, looks great there too!

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  9. what a great idea. thanks for sharing. I love the way the mirror looks and wow so easy. Glad I found your blog.

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  10. LOVE this project. Once I saw a living room with ceiling medalions all over one wall. It was breath-taking. Thanks for the inspiration and for stopping by Aprons & Ambitions. I hope you come back soon!

    Amy

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  11. Love this idea! It looks great, now following you!

    Rondell

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  12. Forgot to say I'm following you on Linky Followers too!

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  13. Wow, so cute and simple! Love it as a mirror. I'm your newest follower!!

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  14. I already have two of these exact same ceiling medallions hanging on my wall. (Unfortunately I did not get the same bargain as you!) I like the idea of putting mirrors in the middle. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. So glad to know about your blog! I love this creative mirror idea!!! I'm your newest follower through GFC and Linky! XO, Aimee

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  16. Hi Cassidy! Happy Friday. Just wanted to let you know I awarded you a Liebster Award on today's Messy Jess C. blog post. Congrats! Hope you have a great weekend.

    Jess

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  17. I love it both ways - so pretty!

    preethi
    lace, etc.

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  18. Oh my gosh! LOVE THIS!!!!!

    I would love if you'd link this up to my new linky party!!

    http://classyclutter.blogspot.com/2012/02/saturday-spotlight-3.html

    Happy Crafting, Mallory @ Classy Clutter

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  19. Ok. Now thats just genius! I am so doing this!! You are so smart! Found you from TT&J! XOXO Janean @howikeepsane.com.
    ps. totally following you.

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  20. Great idea! Love it. I am featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com. Grab my "featured" button.

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  21. Visiting from Classy Clutter Linky Party. This is such an amazing idea. I am going to have to try this sometime : )

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  22. I have been seeing tons of people decorate with these Medallions...very Crafty! I am a new Linky Follower check me out as well!

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  23. I have been wanting to do something with ceiling medallions FOREVER but I keep hoping I will find some at a yard sale or thrift store... and I don't. Argh!

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  24. what an awesome idea!! I am thinking of where I could put one of these puppies in my place! So glad I came across your blog. I love your posts. New follower right here!!

    Caroline @ Double the Decor

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  25. Adorable idea! I just snagged one of these at Home Depot's clearance a few months back pondering what to do. I think I'll try this out. I found this via the Six Sisters link party. :) ~ Megan

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  26. Thanks for linking your clever and creative ceiling medallion mirror to Busy Monday at A Pinch of Joy! Can't wait to see what you have for this week's party!

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  27. Nice project...I like how it beef's up the mirror and makes it arty as well as functional! Thanks for sharing at the Rock ‘N Share!

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  28. This is such a cute idea! Thanks for sharing:)

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  29. Great idea!! This is so pretty!

    Thanks so much for linking up last Thursday!! I love seeing what you're up to!! :)

    PS. Thank you for your comment on my blog today! You are so sweet!

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  30. nThis is beautiful! We loved having you join us at "Strut Your Stuff Saturday." We hope you'll be back next week! -The Sisters

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  31. Thanks so much for partying with me at Drab to Fab on Friday! This week's party is up, so come on back with more of your fab ideas!

    Amy @ Sugar and Spice

    http://www.amynjesse.com/2012/03/drab-to-fab-link-up-7-features.html

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  32. waaaa... why cant I EVER find anything cool like this??? I love your blog- new follower!

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  33. Elegant or simple, choose your ceiling medallion size best suited for your space. Use some basic guidelines to steer you toward choosing the best ceiling medallion for your room.

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