How to Build a DIY Wood Mirror Frame - The Holtz House

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Everyone has one.  A plain, basic, full-length mirror that’s doing nothing for  your home decor game.  It’s time to step it up buttercup, and give this mirror a makeover.  In this DIY post, I’ll show you how to build a rustic wooden mirror frame. Materials Needed  Full length leaner mirror (Mine measured 60 x 18 inches) –  Here’s a smaller option from Wal-Mart and a larger option from Wal-Mart as well ***Three (3) 6ft x 5.5 in. pieces of common board, pine – this may vary depending on how large your mirror is and how thick you would like your frame to be Staple gun Hammer Liquid Nails Miter saw would be best, but we used an orbital saw Measuring tape Sandpaper Wood stain – I used Minwax Wood Finish Penetrating Special Walnut 224 Foam brush Rag Polycrylic Finish- I used Minwax Polycrylic Clear Stain Spray *** Tip: Make sure that when you purchase your boards that they are all the exact same width.  Even though all three were labeled the same size, one was slightly smaller which made it more difficult later on for us.  Also, be sure that all the boards lay flat to the ground and they …