Recycled Mirrored Picture Frames From CD

Author: jenny | Categories: Indoor comments
Recycled CD Mosaic Frame Picture

The mirrored picture frames decorated with mosaic suppose a stylish addition to any decorative scheme. You can make mosaics using traditional small tiles, called tesserae, or be creative and use items such as shells, small pebbles, or even buttons and beads. Depending on the materials you use to create a mosaic, it may look formal and stylish or bright and modern. A picture frame, decorated with a beautiful mosaic, is something that I love in a particular way. There are precious mosaics and not only to decorate a photos frame, also to decorate walls or other accessories of our home.

In this case, I share with you, a great idea that we can do at home. With one or more CDs or DVDs that you do not use, you can decorate the mirrored picture frames large you want. The idea is to break that CD or cut it, with care. With the remains that have come out, we will decorate the frame. These remains turn into small, shiny pieces. As if it were a puzzle, the pieces of CD are hitting, in this way, we cover the entire frame. When the sunlight or any other source of illumination hits the mosaic frame you will see what a beautiful hue it takes. Realizing this idea is simpler than it seems.

The pieces of DVD can cut similar or in different ways to make a more dynamic mirrored picture frames 8×10 designs. In other occasions, we have seen how to make party balls, also with remains of the CD. I think it’s a pretty practical and eye-catching idea, and we’re also recycling CDs and DVDs that do not work for us over time or because they’re scratched. The way to paste these remains can be in several ways. This is to get a silicone gun and go, little by little, pressing each piece until it is fixed. With the silicone, we will do it in a moment. But if you like white clay or plaster, you can work together.

Think big, in addition to decorating some mirrored picture frames target. You can also make beautiful surfaces on small and auxiliary tables. You can use this technique too, to cover outdoor or indoor pots. Gather your mosaic materials and arrange them around the edge of the photos. Experimenting until you find a design that you like. Glue the mosaic pieces into position using craft glue. Leave a gap between the pieces to allow the grout to be apply later. Let the glue settle completely.

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