How to Silver Leaf a Mirror Frame

How to Silver Leaf a Mirror Frame

Have you ever tried silver or gold foil? Also called silver leaf, it's an easy and dynamic way to bring some shine and texture to your next makeover. I've seen it used on furniture, in art and on crafts—and today I'm going to show you how to silver leaf a mirror frame.

How to Silver Leaf a Frame

This can be done on any frame, actually, and you only need a few supplies.

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