Mirror Mirror On The Wall from Sustain My Craft Habit

Easy DIY Starburst Driftwood Mirror

Sustain My Craft Habit

We made a large starburst mirror using driftwood we collected from the shores of Lake Huron. The mirror uses over 150 beautiful pieces of driftwood!


  • Assorted driftwood pieces - sized 3” to 7” long in various widths
  • Bevelled mirror - circular shape, 14” diameter
  • Construction Adhesive* (or similar product) for attaching mirror to plywood
  • ½” thick sheet of plywood
  • Picture framing kit* (this one from Amazon holds up to 30 pounds)
  • Jigsaw
  • Sand paper; 60 Grit
  • Glue gun and plenty of glue sticks
  • Some other suggestions for applying the driftwood are 1. use a wood glue or super glue for a stronger, more secure adhesive or 2. nailing gun with small brad nails


Jane & Sonja

Our love of crafting and passion for handmade started at an early age. These days you'll find us busy sewing, knitting, baking or upcycling great thrift store and curbside finds to bring new life to something old.
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