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To create this toy car framed mirror we sourced a mixture of inexpensive, old toy cars from eBay and a cheap, frameless mirror from IKEA.
After a quick clean we sprayed the cars with Rust-Oleum Primer ensure the different colours of the cars didn’t show through.
If you are going for a block colour, try picking a vibrate shade to make the frame really pop. We chose Rust-Oleum Mode Spray Paint in Pure Aqua.
Once the cars were dry, we laid them out around the mirror before securing to the mirror to ensure we were happy with the arrangement and order of car styles. We then added a small squeeze of glue to attach each of the cars.
And there you have it! A contemporary, novel idea to brighten up any room.