Diane C
Diane C
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  • Providence Forge, VA

Old Window Turned Into Faux Stain Glass

Using an old window, I used stain glass paint to create this nautical art.
old window turned into faux stain glass, crafts, repurposing upcycling

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2 questions
  • Pat
    on Jan 4, 2016

    Will this wash off?. Great idea & want to try it.

    • Sandra
      on Jun 3, 2016

      If it's gallery glass, it peels off. I used it some years ago in a kitchenette window. I had shutters with cloth on the bottom windows and did an ivy pattern with the product. It's an acrylic. You can pit it directly on the window or on a piece of plastic, like those inexpensive plastic cutting boards that come in a bag at the dollar store. If you want to trace something you put it under the cutting board or whatever you want to use--even on the glass window. People thought my window was leaded glass. Oh yes. There is an acrylic "lead" in a bottle or in pieces you can cut and bend to make your design. I loved using it. It was very easy, and you can see the outcome right here.

  • Sandra
    on Feb 4, 2016

    Did you use gallery glass? Nits a great product. Nice job.

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  • TwoCrochet Hooks
    on Feb 5, 2016

    ohhh so awesome! love this and need one for Kristina's house for sure!

  • Sandra
    on Jun 3, 2016

    Diane, great job. I am assuming it's Gallery Glass since you didn't answer my question.

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