"Stained" Glass Window

November 22nd, 2009 in member junk     
MakinItHappen MakinItHappen, member
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Window lets light in but provides privacy too. For the blue and green parts I just applied some glass and porcelain paint.
Finally figured out what to do with all those glass bubbles.
Window lets light in but provides privacy too. For the blue and green parts I just applied some glass and porcelain paint.

Window lets light in but provides privacy too. For the blue and green parts I just applied some glass and porcelain paint.


Another piece made with garage sale stuff. A couple had torn out a built-in wine rack they didn't like, so I got two of these wood pieces. My husband helped me add a frame around the outside with molding. He cut me a piece of old window glass, which I hot-glued in. Then I glued little glass bubbles on and did some painting and hung it in my craft room window.   The other one I put a mirror in and sold to a lady for her garden.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, wood, eclectic, glass, funky, fun, window coverings

Comments (10)

JunqueMagnet writes: Wicked clever! Posted: 10:03 am on December 14th
theshabbyattic writes: i'm going to do that right now! awesome
Posted: 1:36 pm on December 13th
artteachergirl writes: I love it...send it to GA. Posted: 11:02 pm on November 24th
shabbychick writes: Very nice! I love what you did with all those bubbles! I bet it's even more beautiful with the sunshine coming through.

Kathy Posted: 4:06 pm on November 24th
bluebucket writes: This is gorgeous. I'm currently working on a similar project and you have a great idea with the glass nuggets.
Yours in junking, doreen Posted: 10:37 pm on November 23rd
RustyDiva writes: I see a blue and green theme to your style. :) Very nice job and I'll be it sparkles beautifully. Posted: 11:50 am on November 23rd
suewhitney writes: Beautiful, i love the colors!!! Great job....

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 9:38 am on November 23rd
chippingcharm writes: Looks great...very creative! Laurel Posted: 8:17 pm on November 22nd
DownHomeDIY writes: This is beautiful and so clever. Your use of glass bubbles really makes it pop!
Great job,
~MB
Posted: 6:19 pm on November 22nd
alicemom writes: Really Darling!
smiles, alice Posted: 3:03 pm on November 22nd
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