Roofing Wind Turbine Project #2

April 4th, 2011 in member junk     
junkermidge junkermidge, member
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An industrial mirror.  Its currently on the wall in my rustic/lodgelook living room, but they look surprisingly good together!
The three wind turbines I bought -- straight from a roof, I believe (shingles and tar thrown in for free!).
It was very easy separating the pieces....Cleanup? -- not so much.  
I took a mirror scrap I had (accidents happen, right?) and cut it to just the right size circle using a handy dandy tool I just got.  Fun!
I also cut a circle of wood, added mirror adhesive and the mirror, and slipped it into the opening.  Its held in place with a few screws through the rim into the wood.
An industrial mirror.  Its currently on the wall in my rustic/lodgelook living room, but they look surprisingly good together!

An industrial mirror.  It's currently on the wall in my rustic/lodgelook living room, but they look surprisingly good together!


So I bought 3 old roofing wind turbines a while back.  And because they were mainly galvanized metal and rust, I knew I was looking at something indutrial -- and that's just fine with me!  My first project I made was a crown, and maybe that same queen who wears the crown could be saying to this second project "Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the most industrial of them all?"


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, metal, industrial, frame, mirror

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