When I originally made this, sunburst mirrors from the 1960s-1970s were making a comeback in a big way, and I’ve yet to see their popularity fade. Sunburst mirrors are ubiquitous, and rightly so. They’re usually gold or silver, pricey, and generally designed to make a big statement on a wall. This one is smaller and understated — perfect for a small space or mixed in with other mirrors or a photo gallery. Like my Lazy Susan clocks, it’s made from an Ikea Snudda Lazy Susan. (This post contains affiliate links. If you use these links to buy something, I may earn a small commission. You can read my full disclosure here.)
My first DIY projects appeared in Sunset magazine’s now defunct blog, Home By Sunset. This post is an updated version of “Make a sunburst mirror,” originally published September 18, 2007.