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Travel Mirror Sometimes you just need a quick look in the mirror to know everything is alright.Whether you're waiting for a doctor's appointment, a job interview, or stepping off an elevator, it's reassuring to know that there is no spinach between your teeth, or lipstick where it ought not to be.
This easy and practical project makes a great gift, and offers the assurance that only a mirror can.It's simple to make, doesn't take a long time and is always well received.I chose exotic wood for my mirror, but you can choose virtually any wood you like, to make yours.
It's an ideal project to use up some of those special small scrap pieces of wood that you've been saving.I use a 2" beveled mirror because the bevel makes the piece look richer and more professionally made compared to a straight edge mirror.
You can also add that special touch by making a fabric pouch to give with the mirror.Getting StartedTo get started you will need a 3" x 3" x ⅜" piece of your chosen wood.You will also need a 2" bevelled mirror (Tip: purchase your mirror before you begin the turning).
Glue on a waste piece of...