Through a glass lightly

August 16th, 2009 in member junk     
audlyenuf audlyenuf, member
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Guess who lives here!  As well as the two adult birds, there are two babies in the little nest under The representing our two daughters (who now have nests of their own).
Just another window table, but the details on this one add to its character.  They can be seen better in the next picture.
detail on legs and top frame, I cut a stencil then dobbed plaster by hand to give it the uneven, old and used look.
Guess who lives here!  As well as the two adult birds, there are two babies in the little nest under The representing our two daughters (who now have nests of their own).

Guess who lives here!  As well as the two adult birds, there are two babies in the little nest under "The" representing our two daughters (who now have nests of their own).


I think it was Sue that said you could never have too many windows.  I have had fun using mine many ways, but  these are two of my favorites.

 


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Audlyenuf
posted in: member junk, furniture, sign

Comments (6)

audlyenuf writes: SantaClaus.....The glass isn't frosted, it is just the light that makes it seem that way, I guess. Actually it wouldn't be a bad idea to spray frost on the back when done to add to its visability :] Posted: 10:35 am on August 27th
SantaClaus writes: Was the glass "frosted" b/4 you painted on it? Posted: 5:48 am on August 27th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Love the sentiment behind the painted window. Beautifully done!
Candy Posted: 9:03 pm on August 19th
RustyDiva writes: Love these ideas. I have about 40 old farmhouse windows and am running out of ideas on how to use them. Keep em coming. Posted: 12:16 pm on August 17th
suewhitney writes: Very nice, Audlyenuf! And you are correct...I have been known to say that one can never have too many windows. Keep having fun with them!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 10:45 am on August 17th
Grasshopper22 writes: Just lovely...great art work with the painting
of the birds and the branches.

Like the table also... Posted: 10:23 am on August 17th
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