Visit a home improvement shop or surf the Internet for molding styles. Choose a style that complements the interior of the room where you have your stand alone mirror. If your mirror will be in a bathroom, make sure you paint it, dye it or choose media that will withstand moisture. Adding decorative casting to a mirror will require casting, a saw, wooden nail, nail, a gerings box, tape measure and a drill.
Measure your stand alone mirror. Order enough casting to accommodate mirror dimensions. It should be at least enough for the mirror to be exactly centered below the list. Saw the casting into four pieces per measurements of the mirror. Make sure the length of each piece is at least the entire length of each page plus the casting width to enable Mitering. Mit the corners of the mold yourself if you have a Miter box.
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If not, take the list of a home improvement store, which will make the work for a small fee. Arrange the pieces and fasten them with wooden threads. Secure the seams with a staple gun, panel pin or other fasteners. Take the clips and clean any spill over glue with a damp cloth. Attach the list to your stand alone mirror with glue that does not destroy mirror silverware, and follow all manufacturers’ instructions.