How to Make a Modern Mirror Frame // Woodworking // DIY Project // Scrap Project

How to Make a Modern Mirror Frame // Woodworking // DIY Project // Scrap Project
Thank you to MLCS Woodworking and the Home Depot for sponsoring this video!

Links below, thanks for watching!

Full tutorial with downloadable template – https://www.3x3custom.com/tutorials/how-to-make-a-modern-mirror

MLCS Woodworking – https://www.mlcswoodworking.com/

My friend’s Toggle Bolt – https://www.bolt56.com/

Picture Hanging Wire Video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QiM2iHPAiLI

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How to Make a Modern Mirror Frame // Woodworking // DIY Project // Scrap Project

14 thoughts on “How to Make a Modern Mirror Frame // Woodworking // DIY Project // Scrap Project”

  1. Um can we look forward to some welding vids in the future. Thank you for sharing your ideas and talents. I'm always inspired.

  2. very cool , a great mirror for beautiful persons and the mlcs tool was great too

  3. Great job, Tamar! You are an inspiration for women and girls to try woodworking and diy – and with showing your mistakes, you also show them not to be afraid to make mistakes, for mistakes can be over come. Thanks for the video!

  4. "What am I going to use?"
    Yeah, I hate when that happens. 😂

    Great video. Using the fender washers is a good idea, great way to provide some extra dry wall support.
    That said: I was thinking along the lines of an 18 inch board that screwed into the wall studs and then the hangers screwed into the board. That however, depending on the position of the studs and where you want your object hung, is not always doable and it only works if the item being hung is wider than the 18 inch board.

  5. The frame turned out very nice. Those are some serious heavy duty wall anchors. I'd like to give them a try.

  6. I love to leave my router on the 'big' baseplate for hand routing. It makes for a much more stable platform, and doesn't tip when doing edge work. You do need the smaller baseplate when working in tight corners, though

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