Below you will find many Ideas for Mirror Arts & Crafts Projects & Activities with Mirrors for Children, Teens, and Preschoolers.
A Mirror Re-do For a Fashionable Diva Kids Craft - - Imagine how delighted I was . . . a mirror just for me! I’m a brunette though, and the mirror was blonde, so I had to change it. Plus lavender doesn’t go with my decor. I realized when contemplating the re-do that this size would be perfect for a kid’s room. Considering that I am a child at heart, it worked for me. If you’ve seen me here before, you know that I’m a big stash user, and this project is no exception. It cost me just $1 to make.
Beaded Butterfly Mirror to Make - - This beaded mirror is perfect for a girl or teen’s room. Make it as shown, or change the colors to match your décor.
Be Like Jesus Mirrors Craft Activity- - Welcome to my Christian crafts section here at create-kids-crafts.com. Here you'll find easy, inexpensive Christian crafts for kids.
Birds of a Feather Locker Mirror Craft - - Add a fun, personal touch to a school locker with the birds of a feather locker mirror. This bird craft project is so fun and simple to do, you'll want to make one for all your friends' lockers.
Bubble Mirrors Making Instructions - - Perfect mirror solution for teenage bedrooms, dorm rooms, or bathrooms.
Button Decorated Mirrors Craft Project for Kids - - These mirrors are one of my new favorite crafts. They are a sweet addition to any living room, kids room, hallway or washroom. I had loads of fun doing these mirrors up, due to the nature of this project (a lot of Hot Glue Gun work) this craft is best suited to the older kids in your home.
Buttons Mirror Frame Arts & Crafts Ideas - - Heidi Borchers for Inspired at Home shows us how to create a whimsical mirror frame decorated with buttons in various colors and sizes. This decorating idea is a great excuse to raid your button stash and makes a wonderful gift. Use specific colors for a color scheme or a variety of bright colors.
Celestial Trinket Boxes with Mirrors - Makes a great jewelry box. This is gift anyone would love to get.
Color Kaleidoscopes Making Instructions - - Build your own kaleidoscope to experiment with visual perception.
Colorful DIY Mirror - - Transform a plain-Jane mirror into the fairest of them all — with a frame built from spoons.
Cool Kaleidoscope - - Here's a great project for older children or for parents to make as gifts. Colorful and creative, this kaleidoscope craft is sure to please.
Country Mirrors - - When you're looking to add a little zing to a country wall, design expert Natalie Daise suggests dressing up a mirror.
Covered Bridge Mirror - - Here's a fall project with lots of bright color, a framed mirror with a countryside covered bridge.
As a Mirror Frame - - Bring the surf onto your turf this summer with these decorating ideas.
Daisy Respect Mirror - - Here's a terrific way to teach your little scouts to understand respect for themselves.
Decorated Mirror - - So pretty you want one for yourself!
Disco Ball - - Start by taking your ball, if you are using a rubber ball you may need to coat it with a spray paint to give it a suitable background color.
Elegantly Framed Picture Frame - - A simple wood frame takes on elegance and style with champagne gold metallics.
Embellished Locker Mirror - - Celebrate your style as you head back to school with this colorful embellished locker mirror. Then every time you look in the mirror, celebrate YOU!
Every Color in the Rainbow - - You can make a rainbow with crayons, watercolors, prisms, and mirrors!
Floral Mirror - - Learn how to make this beautiful floral Mirror. This is perfect as a mother’s day gift.
Flower Power Jewel Box - - This adorable box is all "girl" with its flower motif and fun fur lining. A little papier mache, glue, and some paint, and your little girl can have her very own jewel box.
Goofy Mirror Faces - - What’s your goofiest face? Your wildest hair? Draw a hilarious look on a mirror—then wipe it off and try another silly look!
Guatemala Fabric and Bead Mirror Project - - This Guatemala-inspired mirror is a fun project for tweens, teens, and adults.
Hawaii Luau Party Mobile - - This Party Mobile is easy to make and looks fantastic hanging over your party table or hanging from the ceiling. You can use flowers from leis, wood beads and mirror shapes. You are only limited by your imagination.
Heart Mirror - - Follow these instructions to make this heart mirror.
Homemade kaleidoscope toy - - The kaleidoscope is one of those toys that make me nostalgic for my childhood. Today, just before children go back to school, I'd like to show how to make a homemade kaleidoscope toy. On the photo above you can see samples of what's seen through the kaleidoscope I've built with my kids. Each pattern is enclosed in a black circle because of the way I photographed them. In reality though, you should see continuous patterns throughout the field of view.
How to Decorate a Hand Mirror - - Decorating a hand mirror is an inexpensive, quick craft project that produces beautiful results. The project begins with a hand mirror. By adding decorations to it, you create a stunning object that you can use yourself or give to someone as a gift.
How to Decorate a Mirror or Picture Frame With Seashells - - Seashells can add a unique touch to a picture or mirror frame. The finished product will allow you to keep a part of the ocean in your home.
How to Make a Beach Themed Mirror - - There's no need to spend a fortune purchasing sea themed decorations for your home. Make them yourself with just a little work. This project takes about 3 hours to finish. The best thing about this craft is you can make it the size you want, from a small hallway mirror to a full size bathroom mirror.
How to Make a Fishing Pole Mirror - - You want to make a sun room in your house take on a summer feeling. You can add an accent mirror with a beach theme for relatively few dollars and a little bit of time. You can feel like you are looking at Tom Sawyer fishing on the Mississippi. Here is how to make a Fishing Pole Mirror.
How to Frame a Mirror With Tile - - Framing mirrors with tile is an easy craft project that completely changes the look of a simple mirror. You can break the ceramic tile and create a mosaic mirror frame, or you can use small glass or ceramic tiles for a clean line. Create a custom designed mirror to suit any room with a bit of tile and adhesive.
How to Make a Custom Mirror Frame From Trinkets - - This custom mirror frame project gives your child something to do with their hands that won't get them in trouble, helps with hand and eye coordination, uses the mind and imagination and gives them a chance to explore their own creativity. This craft is one example of things you can find to do with your child.
How To Make a Kaleidoscope - - Kaleidoscopes are a great activity for kids to enjoy on a rainy day or anytime they need a craft project. With a few minutes and household objects, you can have fun and create a great toy. Follow these steps to make a kaleidoscope.
How To Make A Kaleidoscope - - Kaleidoscopes! Keeps the kids entertained, are fun to make, and lets you put your arts and craft skills to the test. Even our monkey Mike likes to make Kaleidoscopes! Watch this video and learn how!
How to Make a Locker Mirror From Plastic Canvas - - One staple of an outfitted school locker is a small locker mirror to check your hair and face between classes. Why not make a unique locker mirror from plastic canvas in your choice of colors? With a magnetic back, it is easy to use and keep safe inside your school locker.
How to Make a Mirror Out of Driftwood and Shells - - Driftwood, like beach glass, is one of those classic coastal decorative elements. Its very nature lends an organic touch to any decor--especially beach houses. You can easily make a driftwood mirror. It can be distressed, or make it a bit more charming by adding seashells. And some of us aren't handy--so here's a very easy project that provides immediate gratification.
How to Make a Metallic Highlight Mirror - - Mirrors can be an important focal point to a room. If your room does not have a lot of art work you can create a decorative finish to a mirror. A metallic highlight mirror will add interest to your wall and your room. It will be a topic of conversation with your guests, and best of all you made it yourself. Read on to learn how to make a metallic highlight mirror.
How to Make a Padded Mirror Frame - - Padded mirror frames soften a bedroom or dressing vanity table. They make lovely additions to your room's decor and are easy to make. Most any framed mirror can be transformed with a padded mirror frame. Making a padded mirror frame uses very little fabric, so you will have the opportunity to use more elegant and expensive fabric if you choose. These instructions use one solid sheet of fabric for the covering on your padded mirror frame, however, you may piece smaller amounts of fabric together to achieve the covering you will need.
How to Make Hand Mirrors - - Hand mirrors are fun to make and give as special gifts. A beautifully embellished hand mirror can provide an interesting touch to a dressing table. A crafter can create a dozen hand mirrors, and each can look unique. Typically a hand mirror includes a handle with a circular or rectangular mirror at the top.
How to Make Mirror Wind Chimes - - With a few basic household materials like plastic fishing wire and a key ring, stringing your own unique wind chimes is a simple craft for adults and children. All of the materials you need can be found around the house or in a craft store.
How to Paint an Old Mirror Art Deco-Style - - If you have an old, worn wall mirror that you'd like to replace but can't afford to purchase a new one in today's economy, I can show you how anyone can turn an old, dirty piece into their own work of art to display with pride! You'll be surprised at the very low cost to do it too!
How to Personalize a Mirror - - Mirrors are widely available in a variety of sizes and frame options, so if you are looking for an easy craft project to decorate your home, personalizing a mirror for yourself, or as a gift, is an easy choice. Not only do you get the usefulness of a mirror, which can open a dark space and reflect valuable light, but you also get the opportunity to show people what your interests and passions are. For yourself, or as a gift, personalizing a mirror takes a bit of planning and prep, so grab your mirror and let's get started.
Ice Skating Reindeer - - Have fun in the snow with this adorable holiday reindeer decoration, made with polymer clay.
Jeweled Makeup Compact - - Turn an empty mint tin into a high-glamor purse compact for makeup essentials. This fun craft uses heat-set rhinestones to cover the top of the tin. Add a mirror on the inside of the tin for beauty on the go.
Luau Mirror - - Bright and colorful, this mirror makes the perfect party craft.
Mirror Messages - - The mirror, where kids often stand pondering their images, is an inspired place for a love note. Let this mirror reflect your feelings as well as your image.
Mirror Snowman - - This sparkly snowman was made using small mirrors from a variety pack found in a craft store.
Locker Mirror Craft - - Have your kid make a mini mirror as stunning as she is!
Locker Mirror Notes - - Your locker mirror can do double duty as a note holder.
Make a Kaleidoscope - - A kaleidoscope is an ideal science project that teaches kids how to reflect the spectrum of colors and make beautiful images. In a kaleidoscope, mirrors reflect multiple images off of one another.
Make a Silver Starburst Mirror - - I think it turned out pretty good for a $3 mirror!
Make a Starburst Mirror - - I’m a fan of retro-styled starburst mirrors, and I just knew I could make one on a dollar store budget! I’ve seen these all over the place, from design magazines and blogs to my grandma’s house, and the starburst is a motif I definitely respond to. Pottery Barn has one for sale right now that is $449.
Make a Toy Periscope - - Imagine going to watch a match starring your favourite teams and then not being able to see it properly. This could well be the case if you are seated at an uncomfortable spot.
Marked Mirrors - - Jazz up mirrors. Make dazzling picture frames. With colorful Crayola® Washable Window Markers you can change designs whenever you wish.
Memo and Mirror - - Help your kids make this memo and mirror for your school locker or room.
Mini Hand Mirror SWAPs - - Make cute mirror SWAPs with an affirming message. You can even make tags for different parts of the Girl Scout law.
Mirror Arrangement - Jute Flowers - - Learn to arrange flowers around your mirror.
Mirror Christmas Box - - Give your Christmas gifts in something great this year. Create your very own mirror Christmas box. It's decorative and colorful. You can even use it to store small crafts or materials.
Mirror Mosaics - - Here's a whimsical decorating idea that will reflect your child's personality: embellishing an ordinary mirror with a fantastical frame. Below, you'll see a sampling of fun motifs for customizing a mirror of your own.
Mirror Necklace Holder - - Okay, are you ready for another really fun and simple craft? I loved making this, it was easy, fun, and very functional. I normally just have my necklaces strewn all over the place and this was a great way to help me organize them a little better.
Mom's Mirrored Jewelry Box - - Here's a pretty box decorated just for mom.
Mosaic Mirror - - The technique of mosaic was already being used in ancient history. It is simply the assembly of pieces such as glass, marble, ceramic, porcellan, stones, etc... to produce a new pattern on objects such as wall murals, buildings, artworks, and much more. Today the technique is still being used. Especially in the Mediterannean areas of southern Europe and in the Middle East, you can see wonderful examples of this craft technique. It is so easy to learn and every day objects such as wood, vases, glass, pottery, etc... can be altered into treasures that will be cherished for a long time. Glass nuggets are uncomplicated to use for projects such as the one above but you can create designs and pictures using broken pieces of pottery and tile just as well.
Outback Memory Mirror - Remember the fun you had a camp every time you look in the mirror.
Peacock Feathered Mirror - - You'll be proud as a peacock of this glamourous mirror you create with assorted beads and paint.
Picture Frame Craft - - Here's a fun mirror or picture frame craft. We've decorated mirror frames, but you could also decorate picture frames to suit the theme of your pictures. Let the kids be creative and do their own thing! Have a look at our pictures below for more ideas.
Personalized Locker Mirrors - - Dress up your locker this school year with a fun and unique locker mirror. Personalize it with your first name, school team or nickname. It easily hangs on the inside of your locker door with magnets, so it's a cinch to take down at the end of the year too!
Polymer Clay Mirror Frame Necklace Rack - - Learn to make a polymer clay mirror frame with a necklace rack.
Pressed Flower Mirror - - For a fresh spin on vintage summer decor, make this pressed flower mirror and brighten up your home.
Recycled Mirror - - How many times have you broken a mirror and been left with broken shards of glass to sweep up?
Recycled Mosaic Mirror - - Mosaic mirror without the messy grout. This is a great use of recycled cut up credit and gift cards. Plastic cards are cut up and glued onto a painted wood frame that give it a whole new look with dimension, color, and without the messy grout. Sometimes even the back of the gift cards are more interesting to display than the front.
Reflecting Window Mirror Decor - - Simple frosted glass accents add subtle, classic beauty to this window frame mirror.
Retro Starburst Mirror - - Bring back the Groovy Days by decorating your walls with a mirror you can make yourself!
Robot Mirror - - Ever wonder what you would look like as a robot? Draw a robot face on a small mirror and pretend you are a cool droid!
Sailor's Embellished Jewelry Box - - Create a nautical jewelry box using a mirror and stencils.
Sea Glass Mirror or Photo Frame - - A sea glass picture frame or mirror is a nice and fairly simple way to use your sea glass collection.
Sea shell Mirror - - Enjoy these sea shell crafts for kids. Do your kids have shells from your beach trips? Here are a few ideas that will keep the kids busy for a while and create a use for those shells.
Seeing Yourself - - Here's a great way to make a life-sized self-portrait - on a mirror with Crayola® Washable Window Markers! Use these brighy colors for a glamorous effect.
Self-Respect Mirror Magnet - Make a magnet with a mirror to help learn self-respect through good personal hygiene.
Shell Mirror - - I made this beautiful bathroom mirror with shells I collected from a beach in Florida and a mirror that I picked up in a dollar store. I used a glue gun to attach the shells. It was so easy and came out so pretty.
Shell Mirror - - I previously replied to a request of what to do with excess shells. I explained how I decorated wooden or chipboard (MDF in Australia) mirror or picture frames with shells.
Three Dollar Kaleidoscope (plus 7 dollars in tools) - - Very basic kaleidoscope. Plenty of room for creative (and obvious) improvement.
Treasure Mirrors - - Use unbreakable mirrors and this is a winning kid's craft.
Up With Periscopes! - - "Up periscope!" You’re deep under the ocean surface in a submarine. What’s going on above you? Make your own periscope and find out!
Valentine Mirror - - This free valentines day craft project shows you how to make a quick valentines day gift.
Vanity Mirror for Mom's Car - - This will be mom's favorite gift! Decorate our unbreakable locker mirror with a special message for mom. She'll be proud to velcro it to the sun visor in her car.
Victorian Mirror - - Learn to make this unusual Victorian style mirror.
Woodsies™ Framed Mirror - - Forster® Woodsies™ Ovals in large, medium and small sizes provide the perfect frame for a small round mirror.
You Look Great - - Look at yourself glimmering in this gems mirror. It's easy to make and it'll put a smile on your face.