Post # 1
I was wondering if anyone had used ‘Mirror on a Roll’ for their craft project.
I was thinking about using it to add some sparkle to my paper chandeliers (see other post) but then I also started thinking about using them as ‘placemats’ instead of using real mirror tiles. I’m just wondering if the quality is good enough for that…
Post # 3
Hum… I guess the lack of comments says it all!
I think I might still order a roll and see what I can do with it.
Post # 4
How about using them as part of your centerpiece? Maybe try ordering a roll and see how the quality is.
Post # 5
@Shortcherriez – Yes good idea. I’m sure I’ll find a way to use it.
And once I see what it actually looks like, I’ll come back to this post and let people know if the quality is worth it or not – in case anyone else cares 🙂
Post # 6
please do! I am definitely interested 🙂
Post # 7
using it for the centerpiece is an interesting idea. However, unless you can cut it and get multiple uses out of the thing, I’m pretty sure you can get real mirrors for cheaper from ikea.
Post # 8
Here you get 4 mirrors for the same price as that rolling one:
Post # 9
Interesting concept. I’m also wondering about the quality.
@melodicsighs1 It says in the description you can cut it into any shape you want.
Post # 10
I’ve never seen that before! That might be neat to use for a monogram or cake topper!