Funhouse Mirror

This easy-to-make funhouse mirror guarantees double takes at any Halloween party.

Funhouse Mirror Illustration


Step 1: Cut the 1″x4″x10′ board to create one 1″x4″x61″ section and one 1″x4″x59″ section (or ask a Lowe’s Associate to cut it).

Step 2: From the 1″x4″x61″ section, cut 2 boards (B) to 30-1/8 inches. From the 1″x4″x59″ section, cut 2 boards (A) to 28-5/8 inches.

Step 3:Using wood glue and #8 wood screws, butt joint the boards so that the 28-5/8-inch boards (A) overlap the ends of the 30-1/8-inch boards (B).

Step 4: Cut 2 pieces of lattice to 31-5/8 inches (C). Using wood glue and 1-inch brads attach the lattice pieces horizontally to the front edge of both of the 30-1/8-inch boards (B).

Step 5: Cut 2 pieces of lattice to 28-5/8 inches (D). Using wood glue and 1-inch brads attach the lattice pieces vertically to the back edge of both of the 28-5/8-inch boards (A).

Step 6: Paint the entire wooden frame black. Let dry.

Step 7: Follow directions included with the window film and application kit and carefully apply the window film to the Plexiglas sheet.

Step 8: Carefully bend the Plexiglas sheet and insert it between the lattice edges (C) and the boards (B). An inward bend slims and lengthens your reflection. An outward bend adds width and heft.



  • Tape measure
  • Hammer
  • Drill and 1-1/64-inch drill bit


  • 1 sheet 28×30-inch Plexiglas Privacy mirrored window film 3×15-feet
  • Window film application kit 1 (1″x4″x10′) top choice white board
  • 1/2 pint flat black enamel paint
  • 2 pieces pine lattice(1/3″x1.25″x8′)
  • 1 box #16×1-inch brads
  • 1 box #8×1-1/2-inch
  • Flathead Phillips Wood Screws
  • 1 (4 ounce) Titebond Wood Glue


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