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January 15th, 2012 in member junk     
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I recently found a group of pictures of some of my completed projects .  Unfortunately, all the 'before and during' pix were lost in a hard drive crash a while back.  (Note to self:  backup your hard drive once a month.)  Anyway, this window came from an area church.  The words are vinyl, cut with my Cricut machine.  A big thank you to Google translate!


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, artwork, glass, window, vinyl

Comments (10)

CottageElements writes: Great job, Marge! I want a Cricut! Though like everything else, it'll probably get unused by me. I'll just have to have you do it for me ;-) Again, awesome!

Lani Posted: 2:25 pm on January 22nd
EmmasNookandGranny writes: Thank you, thank you for the sweet words! Bluejean, I did put the words on one word at a time, not letter by letter. It was a little tricky because this side of the glass was textured. It would have been easier if I had cut the reverse image of the letters and stuck them to the other smooth side of the glass. I wanted this side to be the front because the other side of the window was painted white and was not a nice looking. A learning experience for sure. ~Marge Posted: 2:40 pm on January 16th
NDJunkGirl writes: Love your window, Marge! I have a Cricut machine but haven't tried this yet.

-Andrea Posted: 6:52 am on January 16th
JunkArchitect writes: What a creative way to repurpose an old window. And you did such a great job applying the letters.

Jim
Posted: 2:18 pm on January 15th
bluejean writes: I love this! You did a great job!
How did you apply the vinyl letters to the window? Were you able to do it one word at a time or did you have to apply each letter individually? Posted: 2:01 pm on January 15th
suewhitney writes: Sunday's member feature goes to a long time member and JUNKMARKET Under Glass dealer....Miss Marge! Old windows are a junking staple and can always be found. Marge's take on the window is ab fab. Thanks, Marge!!!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 10:57 am on January 15th
chippingcharm writes: Bummer about your "befores"...but I love the after :) Laurel Posted: 1:19 pm on January 14th
vanj2558 writes: This is totaly awesome. I agree it would look great in an entryway.

Vanessa Posted: 7:53 am on January 14th
sassycass writes: Love it!! Great idea for front door or entry! Posted: 5:48 am on January 13th
annebell writes: That's really cute! Something like that would look great next to my front door. Posted: 6:41 pm on January 12th
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