What I Used: You only need 3 things to make this craft. Head to your Dollar Store and get yourself a framed mirror, a printed image from your computer, preferably black and white and some Oven Cleaner.
How I did it: Take your mirror apart, set the frame aside. On a kitchen towel or old rag, place your mirror upside down (reflective side down) leaving the dark side exposed. Spray some oven cleaner over it and let it sit for a couple of minutes. I tried several times and with the particular oven cleaner I used it took me 15-20 minutes for it to work. Using a soft towel or old rag (a disposable one because you won't be using this one again) wipe some areas of your mirror, not everything, leave some areas with the dark backing so when you turn it around you could still see your own reflection, like a mirror. Make sure it's dry and with no residue of cleaner before you continue with your craft.
Cut the printed image to fit your frame and put it right behind the mirror already on the frame. When you turn it around you will be able to see the printed image coming from behind the still reflecting mirror. Cover it up with the back (stand) of the mirror and you are done! Enjoy the spookiness.
Show as much or little of the image as you want. I happened to like just the edges so I can appreciate Miss Borden's face better. I'm really fond of her. maybe because we share the same name (Lizbeth) and actually I think she was innocent of what they accused her.
Too bad they didn't have an "Agent Gibbs" or the people at the CSI L.A. unit to investigate and clear her name. She has a place of honor on my living...lighting is very bad there..I can't get a decent picture, so I apologize.
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