Mom4Real
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Faux Stained Glass Window


I took an old window from the Habitat for Humanity ReStore and turned it into a faux stained glass window with DecoArt Glass Stains. It was really easy, and I love the way it looks in my breakfast nook. You simply draw or stencil on your design with their glass leading, then fill in with their glass stains. Let dry for 24-48 hours, then hang.
Up close view.
Up close view.
Draw image with chalk pen first.
Draw image with chalk pen first.
Use glass leading to trace over your design.
Use glass leading to trace over your design.
Fill in with glass stains.
Fill in with glass stains.
Hang with two eye hooks and ribbon.
Hang with two eye hooks and ribbon.
Faux Stained Glass Window
Faux Stained Glass Window
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  • Cindy
    on Feb 22, 2017

    Love it, but more than that I love the lamp shade!!! May I ask about it??

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  • Phillipcardjr
    on Apr 30, 2016

    Very nice work; your glass, and Janets. I have been saving the glass from old picture frames to paint on, Faux stained glass sounds even better.

  • Subha
    on Feb 22, 2017

    NICE.. :-)

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