This was an ornate frame from a thrift store. Two rows of gold chain,one row of pearl, four corner pieces from the stash. Two leaf earrings on the sides-there was the tiniest chip, and it hides it. And a mirror taken from a hand mirror.
This one took minutes to do. Wooden plate frame and green plate from the same thrift store trip, a mirror,rowof pearl beads,done!
This one took forever! Goodwill mirror, the clear with blue glass pebbles I'd had around forever, pearls, odd larger blue beads and a million seed beads at the top and bottom.
Another Goodwill mirror, can hang horizontally or vertically.I had a blue and an orange pair of necklaces in my stash that I wasn't going to wear,but I love those colors together. Took them apart for the beads, also used wooden beads, and any random blue/orange/brown beads I had, plus seed beads.
A piece of cherry cabinet from the Habitat Restore, almost all my broken chains,a few beads, a broken compact, a small mirror from the candle section at Dollar Tree, a few charms and odd earrings, and iridescent glass tiles from the craft store. The dragonfly is from some clearanced metal garden decor, that I painted.
The tiles are very iridescent in real life.
I'll go over it again and fill in a couple of places a bit more. But I'm pretty happy with how it came out. EDIT-putting a link to my inspiration here in the top post, I forgot to do that when I originally posted! I don't know her,but this artist makes cool stuff. https://www.etsy.com/shop/TUTreasures?ref=l2-shopheader-name
Steampunkish butterfly mirror. A ceiling medallion I painted, a few rows of chain, a Dollar Tree mirror, and a butterfly. The butterfly was from some brightly colored metal garden decor vastly marked down at Dollar general.I painted it and added a few red glass beads. Just needs a hanger.