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In This Segment

Learn how to make a dramatic wood-framed mirror using painted crown moulding. H&H expert Peter Paquette demonstrates this easy project — try it this weekend!

See sources

  • Plywood
  • Mirage bevelled mirror
  • Crown Moulding/Chair Railing/Baseboard
  • Measuring tape
  • Miter box
  • Miter saw
  • Lepage wood filler
  • No More Nails liquid adhesive
  • Beauti-Tone Paint in Inked (6R2-8)
  • Finishing nails
  • Benchmark countersink set
  • Hammer
  • Bloc-It painters tape

Credits

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

Lynda Reeves

DIRECTOR TV PRODUCTION & ONLINE VIDEO

Sheri Graham Delagran

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Jason Stickley

SENIOR PRODUCER

Ryan Louis

STYLIST

Reiko Caron

EDITOR

Andrew Noddin

WEB ADMINISTRATOR

Scott Polley

ONLINE DESIGNER

Jessica Piekarski

Runtime: 5:36
Released: August 23, 2010
Featuring: Peter Paquette
Channel: DIY