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Nice DIY Cork Bear Mirror For A Kids Room

Thu, Jul 4, 2013 | DIY Projects, Parents | By julia

If you are pregnant and waiting for a baby girl, you can start this diy project right now. I like a bear mirror and hope you will like it, too. Certainly, you can make a cork bear mirror after the childbirth, but without it you will have a lot of trouble. Below there is a template for the bear shape, but since cork can be easily cut and manipulated, the options for different animal and shape silhouettes are nearly endless. The mirror will help greatly to diversify the interior of the children room, and it would never be a superfluous thing in the girls’ room!

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