What to do with an outdated 80's stained glass window?

+1
Answered
I have an outdated (pastel flowers) leaded stained glass window (24 X 36). I'd like to use it outdoors (after I weatherproof it...I live on a lagoon). I can hang it on the pool shed (boring) or possibly position it among one of the shrub clusters. Does anyone have any ideas?
  4 answers
  • Shoshana Shoshana on Jun 07, 2017
    It'll look cool in the garden as a statement piece, surrounded by shrubs and flowers.

  • Pam Walker Pam Walker on Jun 07, 2017
    Pick out a 5-foot area, circular if possible. Place medium sized rocks (light colored or painted white) around to form the circle. Buy a painter's easel. Weatherproof it with Thompson's Water Seal. Let dry completely. Place the easel in the center of the circle inserting it into the dirt a little to anchor it (or cement it in). Plant matching flowers around the base of the easel. Place the stained glass on the easel as a showpiece for your pool. Attach it to the easel with fishing line (it's clear) so it won't fall off or the wind won't blow it off. GOOD LUCK! :)

  • Djl15319976 Djl15319976 on Jun 07, 2017
    Does it have a sturdy frame?? You don't need to weatherproof it, I was taught you could use turtle wax on the glass for a nice shine, and repel water. Be careful it dleant blow down and break!!

  • Ginny Ginny on Jun 15, 2017
    Put it in your garden with a few other unique pieces that will catch the eye. Sounds like a unique piece to keep.