Thursday, March 4, 2010

These Mirrors Speak to Me.

How splendiferous would the poem from the last post look on an antique gilt mirror?


I feel another DIY project coming on...

If you had a mirror like this, what would it say?

17 comments:

sketch42 said...

I cant get over those moldings!!!

Jill said...

Well, Hello...Sexy! You don't look a day over 35...

That's what my mirror would say...hopefully!

ModFruGal said...

When house hunting, we looked at the place of an aging music business veteran...who had a mirror in his foyer right at the bottom of the stairs...it said "Damn, I look good..." A little self affirmation as you come down for breakfast every morning...hilarious.

Decorina said...

I really like the one with the script on it. That is a really fresh idea to me...are you going to go for it? Nice.

bazaarofserendipity said...

omg these mirrors are absolutely adorable! im gonna figure out a diy for this!!

www.bazaarofserendipity.blogspot.com

my favorite and my best said...

it would probably say something like,

"jenny, if you write on this fucking 5,000 dollar mirror i will poke your ass with my bone throbber later tonight...love mike-your husband".

Pug1 said...

Those mirrors are nice! CHEERS! Michele

Susan said...

I have a mirror in my front entry with the word SMILE. So its the last thing I see when I leave my house and,if I smile as directed I can make sure my lipstick is not on my teeth :) Now thats something to smile about. And when I return home I can again I smile because I'm home.
Love them...all
cheers
Susan

Designers' Brew said...

these totally remind me of the zettel'z pendant (in a good way):

http://images.google.com/images?q=zettel%27z&oe=utf-8&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&um=1&ie=UTF-8&ei=P3mQS_mdHZCX8Aa5_-T2BA&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&ct=title&resnum=4&ved=0CCQQsAQwAw

~ Kelly Ann ♥ said...

Loveeeeee this mirror idea- Do you have any idea- what type paint might work on a mirror- or is it a decal-

I love the script- one

I just may do this -- Thxs for posting

Kelly
http://kellyannstudio.blogspot.com/

Dumbwit Tellher said...

I'm crazy for this idea. In these two instances it's not corny @ all.
I would write a poem my husband gave to me this past V-Day;

Love For Love
Ithers seek they ken na what,
Features, carriage, and a' that;
Gie me love in her I court,
Love to love maks a' the sport.

Let love sparkle in her e'e;
Let her lo'e nae man but me;
That's the tocher-gude I prize,
There the luver's treasure lies.

By Robert Burns

A glorious weekend to you!

alice said...

What a fantastic idea!
Added to my to do list: practice handwriting & find a great quote!

hello gorgeous said...

Dumwit: Now that's what I'm talking about!

hello gorgeous said...

Jill: When I sign on my computer says, "Hello, Gorgeous" and thus a blog was born.

Hamptontoes said...

I do have an amazing mirror like such hanging in our daughter's bedroom...it's says so much! Like your website...just found.

Cote de Texas said...

hi - thanks for the comment! I don't take the seagrass wall to wall because then it becomes permanent. this way - it's still an area rug, and if it gets damaged it's easily replaced. plus i like it as an area rug. i'm thinking i wish my own was bigger. i might increase it's size!

The Zhush said...

Oh! I really, really love this idea...a French poem would be the best, need to find a mirror and a wall to do this on1

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