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Infinity Mirror - A simple how to for kids #2: Getting the materials

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Blog entry by Matthew agate posted 858 days ago 2603 reads 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Hi everyone,

before i start my blog. my dad and i want to send out a big apology to lumberjocks. why? cause on our supporters page of thenewfoundlandwoodworker.com we didn’t have them added and all you on here have been such big supporters. Lumberjocks is now listed on our supporters page on our website. Sorry lumberjocks, not sure how we overlooked someone so important! supporters




Today we started picking up the materials for the infinity mirror. this is a project I seen on Laney Shaughnessys webpage.

Me and my dad and Laney had a call today so I could ask him some questions about the mirror after I watched his video again. Thank you Laney for answering my questions.

We picket up Extreme Mirror by Gila from our local NAPA Autoparts store here.

It cost $36 for a full roll but we will only need to use a little bit so we can build many out of the role. This is a window film that we will use to cover a piece of glass to make it reflective. The kind we got is 20 percent reflective, Laney said he used 15 percent but 20 percent will be ok.

The yellow tag that says 50 percent is not for the reflective part. Laney gave me and my dad a really good tip when it comes to putting this on to the glass. I will blog this tip when I put it on the glass

The window film is the only part of this project that may be hard to find.

next we need to get a mirror, led lights, some pine, a piece of glass. when i have all of the parts I need, I will start telling you all about how we are going to build this. That is all for now, past my bedtime. My dad is helping me write this to so thank you Dad!

-- www.thenewfoundlandwoodworker.com



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WoodJediNTraining

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#1 posted 858 days ago

Very well written Matthew, I will be following along to keep up with the progress. I look forward to the new entry. The window film you purchased should work great to give you the full effect.

-- Newbie, aka Wood_Jedi, http://www.asimpledesignofocala.com

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eddie

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#2 posted 857 days ago

hi Matthew. that’s going to be cool project. i am going to follow along need to build one myself for a old juke box.thanks for your videos and the materials list for it.look forward to the next entry

-- Jesus Is Alright with me

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