You can also sand down the edges of the frame and paint it.
Measure the glass and tape pieces of paper together to fit the size.
Use a Sharpie marker to create your monogram letter or any design of your choice.
Align the paper as close to the center as the possible.
Apply silicone in small sections, using the stencil underneath as a guide.
Carefully lay the gems on the silicone, pressing down so that the gem is flat on the glass.
Repeat this method adding clear gems to complete the window.
This idea using an electrical spool looks cute and is super functional!
Measure the heigh of the spool - this is the measurement you'll use to create the spindles.
You can paint just the top or the bottom side as well.
Use a chop saw or manual saw to cut the spindles to the height of the spool.
Screw a 2" wood screw through the underside of the spool, place the spindle under, and drill the screw in.
Evenly space out your casters and attach them using screws.
And you won't believe how simple it is!
Use a pair of pliers to twist the screws out of the table legs.
Make sure not to get this stuff on your hands!
Apply epoxy to the table leg, flip the saucer upside down and stick in place.
Show your personality with the paint color! Apply two coats for a rich, solid finish.