Who’s the prettiest of them all? Can I check my complexion before you decide? How’s my makeup looking? Is there anything in my teeth? I’d also like to make sure that my hairdo is on point. Ugh…I can’t see the back of my head. I might need another mirror to get that view. Do you have a handheld mirror for me to use?
I figured you didn’t. So I made one for you. I couldn’t just give you a plain little mirror either, so I had to glam it up. It only took me a few hours, no biggie. Now you have this handy dandy handheld mirror to help you take care of that bed head in the back. Seriously though, you need to handle that. My mirror on the wall was actually a mirror on a vanity. And it wasn’t really my mirror at all. My brother-in-law refinished/redesigned an old desk into a vanity for his girlfriend for their anniversary this week. While I’m trying to talk him into doing a guest post (seriously…he is the funniest human I know), I also made a little something for his girlfriend. I wanted to make something to go with the vanity, so I came up with this mirror idea.I’ve been trying to convince my husband that I need to keep the three boxes of beads I’ve had for years (since high school) (I’m 30). For some reason, he says because they’ve been in storage for two years I don’t need them. This is compared to a windbreaker I found in our storage unit that he had from college. A WINDBREAKER. If he ever wears it again it will be too soon.
I put my beads to good use (so he can’t make me get rid of them), and used hot glue to collage them all over a simple handheld mirror. Hopefully my future sister in law gets good use out of it. No bed head allowed in this family.