Looking for idea to use a single pane of stained glass

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I have a single pane of glass from a larger window. I want ideas of how to incorporate into a bigger piece or project.
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  • Kerri scheetz Kerri scheetz on Oct 05, 2015
    During the summer you can use it in a garden as a centerpiece. backlight it in a bathroom behind a toilet.
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Oct 05, 2015
    Attach the glass to a wooden frame and hang it outside.
  • Jud1016678 Jud1016678 on Oct 06, 2015
    I have Hummingbirds on stained glass which I framed and hung in a pass thru window on short chain! It's the centerpiece in my kitchen!
  • Jinny Wilson Jinny Wilson on Oct 06, 2015
    Use daubers and different color glass paints on bottom side (follow paint directions to cure). Build a frame around it, add little felt or cork feet and use as a dresser or bathroom tray. Here's one I did with a vintage picture frame.
  • Pat Pat on Oct 06, 2015
    A glass cutter can cut it any size you want. I used a big piece of glass....took it to the glass cutter....and made a glass for the top of my makeup dresser. You can make glass for picture frames, cut it to fit a tray, etc. If you don't want to cut it and it is really big, paint a picture on the back of it, frame it and put it on your wall. I have several in my house that have decorative (glass) frames with a mirror in the middle.
  • Marra Marra on Oct 06, 2015
    A friend of mine framed her stained glass window and hung it by chains in front of a window that faced the neighbors wall. It's a much more pleasant view now.
  • Carly Carly on Oct 06, 2015
    Frame it, hang in window with chain and hook on inside of frame, big smile every time you open drapes! Or, build a simple coffee table using stained glass as top, cover w/ plexi if you are worried about wear & tear.
  • Z Z on Oct 06, 2015
    I too would frame and hang it in front of a window.
  • Zebbie Hardy Zebbie Hardy on Oct 07, 2015
    I am working on that same thing. I have so shinny flat pieces of wood a bit thicker than slats and I am splitting the window in half and painting the bottom with chalk board paint and the top I am gluing 3 picture frames and placing pictures in them for gifts
  • Pat Pat on Oct 07, 2015
    Sorry, I didn't see that it was stained glass....I would hang it in front of a window or frame it and put in front of a window or light of some kind. If the stained glass is of a pattern, you could have it cut like I said before.....Let us know what you decide.
  • Zebbie Hardy Zebbie Hardy on Oct 07, 2015
    Oops me neither, sorry.