Repurposed Glass Door Welcome Sign Mirror

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This project began with an old glass cabinet door.

Repurposed Glass Door Welcome Sign Mirror www.homeroad.net

I searched the Silhouette store for a welcome sign I could cut from vinyl using my Silhouette vinyl cutter. 

I cut the vinyl and attached it to the front of the glass window. 

Repurposed Glass Door Welcome Sign Mirror www.homeroad.net

The next step was easy... I taped off the wood on the back of the door with masking tape.

Repurposed Glass Door Welcome Sign Mirror www.homeroad.net

Using mirrored spray paint I sprayed several coats of mirror letting it dry between coats. 

Repurposed Glass Door Welcome Sign Mirror www.homeroad.net

Repurposed Glass Door Welcome Sign Mirror www.homeroad.net

I added galvanized metal hooks with screw eyes to the top of the frame for hanging and painted the brass cabinet knob with Fusion Mineral Paint Metallic in Brushed Steel to match the hooks. 

Repurposed Glass Door Welcome Sign Mirror www.homeroad.net

This was a fun and easy project that gave a new life to an old glass cabinet door that was headed for the trash. 

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  1. Hello! I took your invitation from hometalk and I'm glad I did! I'm loving this...just wish I had a Silhouette..have plenty of old doors waiting for something else to be! I could probably just use a wall decal, though! Well, I'm not near as creative as you and a little all over the board with my blog, but you're equally as welcome to stop by!

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