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Using an Old Window to Display Photos

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Use an old window, this one was free, to display photos in your home. I used wedding pictures for mine and hung it our bedroom!
  • using an old window to display photos, crafts, repurposing upcycling, My window used to be stored in an outdoor shed so it needed a lot of cleaning
My window used to be stored in an outdoor shed, so it needed a lot of cleaning!
  • using an old window to display photos, crafts, repurposing upcycling, Attach your photos using clear scrapbooking photo corners Be sure you have everything arranged where you want it before attaching the photos
Attach your photos using clear scrapbooking photo corners. Be sure you have everything arranged where you want it before attaching the photos!
  • using an old window to display photos, crafts, repurposing upcycling, This is definitely my favorite piece of art in the whole house It just makes me smile
This is definitely my favorite piece of art in the whole house. It just makes me smile :)
  • using an old window to display photos, crafts, repurposing upcycling, The easiest way to hang your window on the wall is by attaching D hooks to the window and using heavy duty Monkey Hooks This will also keep there from being a large hole if you decide to move it later
The easiest way to hang your window on the wall is by attaching D-hooks to the window and using heavy duty Monkey Hooks. This will also keep there from being a large hole if you decide to move it later.

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Ask the creator about this project

  • Carolyn McAfee
    Carolyn McAfee East Amherst, NY
    on May 18, 2013

    I love old windows! This is great!

  • Linda D
    Linda D Peyton, CO
    on Jan 11, 2014

    How can I find old windows, to do art projects on?

    • Gladys
      Gladys Oconto Falls, WI
      on Sep 27, 2014

      @Linda D Habitat ReStore, if you are near one. They always have them.

  • Jan
    Jan Columbia, SC
    on Sep 27, 2014

    @Linda D - I just saw your post/question and thought I would tell you that I have seen them on the side of the streets, salvage stores, Goodwill, and you may be able to score some if you see someone replacing windows in their home! Something like Craigslist is also a good source..... have fun!

  • Linda D
    Linda D Peyton, CO
    on Dec 11, 2014

    Thank you,,I appreciate the feedback.

  • Alice Jump
    Alice Jump Binghamton, NY
    on Dec 20, 2014

    I found great ones on Craig's list

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