I've been collecting sunburts (and other pretty round wall objects) for awhile now, and they've been scattered around our apartment, in different rooms. I was getting tired of the status quo, so I decided to gather them all up and make a new installation in the office/guest room.
- Get peacock feathers. Mine were from Dollarama. They come in packs of 3 for $2 right now. (So technically, if you didn't have any already, this project might cost $7.) I had some at home already. They're very long. Cut them down to size with regular scissors.
- Get a round mirror. (Again, mine's from Dollarama. Came in a 3-pack.)
- Get out your glue gun and go to town.
- Easy peasy.
I know it's a bit sparse, but I think once grouped with the other mirrors, this guy fits right in. And I didn't want to spend much more money on more feathers.
One thing I think the project could use is "border" for the mirror. I know I have an embroidery hoop somewhere, so I might try gluing that on. I think it will make the piece look more finished.
Anyway, the mirror wall will continue to grow. I've got a pot holder (believe it!) than will work as a mirror, as well as a laurel wreath that might look better with a mirror in the centre. Will share more as the wall display grows.