After images like these-
via Priority Windows
via Houzz (love, love this bedroom)
via House Beautiful
via Nesting Place. Isn't this one AWESOME?!!, Instructions HERE
I am an admitted fan. I've seen a few other bloggers post pics of their own DIY mirrors and thought I could make one myself pretty easy. Luckily, I was right!
Step 1. Gather your supplies
1/4'' Thick, round piece of plywood for the base: $1 Hobby Lobby
Skewers/Rods: $1.99/pack x 3 Hobby Lobby (I ended up returning 2 of the 5 packs I got because I overestimated.)
7'' round mirror: $0 already had but can be purchased at Dollar Tree in the candle section
1/2 of a foam wreath form (not pictured) $0.99 Michael's
Spray paint: $0 random collection on hand
Step 2. Mark the center of the base and, with the help of a ruler, draw 16 lines-
Step 3. Lay the rods in a design you like. Then, start hot gluing in place.
This is how it looked while drying-
At this point, I got frustrated! I placed the mirror in the center and it looked unfinished. I tried to find something to frame the mirror but quickly ran out of ideas. I then remembered I had a foam wreath form that may work. The form had come apart in the middle, making one side flat and one side round. You can see what I mean here-