For this projects use four 8" x 10" frames and four 4" x 6" frames.
Add a drop of glue to each corner and place the glass back into the frame. Allow to dry for an hour.
Using Painter's tape, tape each corner after applying glue to the edges.
Make the roof using the four 4" x 6" frames, and connect them to create the peak.
Put painter's tape on your joints and allow to dry one hour.
You can find frames at thrift stores, antique malls or yard sales.
To display the items you will build a box on the back of the frame.
Make sure the frame wouldn't stand too far away from the wall.
Use wood glue on the ends of each piece, and then trim screws to attach the pieces together.
Apply wood glue around the opening of the frame (on the back side).
Place the box and attach to the frame using trim screws.
Place a thin piece of plywood over the box and mark the size. Cut the plywood to shape.
Apply to coats of paint to the frame, back and inside shelves. After the paint has dried, apply wax to seal the wood.
After the wax has dried, glue the back to the box and secure with trim screws. Add hangers onto the back/plywood.
That way you'll know how far in the edge of the frame covers the glass.
Type out this information on a piece of paper as a mirror image.
Place that paper behind the glass and paint the info on.
Using the same technique, add an embellishment and leave to dry.
Trace the back of the frame's outline onto a piece of scrapbooking paper. Cut and glue to the inside of the back of the frame.
After the painted glass has dried, place the glass back into the frame and put the back into place.