Make a spooky mirror. Get an old mirror with a frame. Remove the backing. With heavy gloves, spray some oven cleaner on the back, wait about 5 minutes, rub off. Now just tape a spooky picture. Put backing back on. Voila! Scary face looking back at you.
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Reflective paint is this spectral mirror's secret. You can use any frame with glass; we chose one from Ikea ($24.99; 23¼"W x 33½"H; ikea.com for stores). Start by printing our two ghostly images—the original, shown here, and its inverse, or mirror image—onto 11"W x 17"L paper. (Resize images if you're using a different frame.) Remove the frame's glass, then tape the inverse image facedown on the front of the glass. Flip the glass over, and spray Krylon's Looking Glass paint on the back…
Nothing is so apt to challenge our self-awareness and alertness as being at war with oneself. One can hardly think of any other or more effective means of waking humanity out of the irresponsible and innocent half-sleep of the primitive mentality and bringing it to a state of conscious responsibility.-Carl Jung,"Psychological Typology" (1936). In CW 6: Psychological Types. P. 964(Natasha Poly)
Images don’t need to be the same on each side – but sometimes images can be improved greatly by having a secondary point of interest counter balancing the main focal point of an image and providing those ‘empty’ spots with a little weight. The stunningly clear reflection of the tree and its surroundings create amazing balance in the center of the image.