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Craft: "Stained Glass" Recycled Windows

This is a new use for old windows. They took about 2 days to make. Paint the window frames and let dry. Be creative and paint the glass with stained glass paint. Once dry, glue the marbles to the glass then let the glue dry.

By Dorothy from Arkadelphia, AR

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October 21, 20100 found this helpful

This is a very cool project idea, you clearly had great fun designing these windows. They look so effective!

Thanks for sharing this, Dorothy.

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March 12, 20120 found this helpful

I love this and am going to do it on my front window. I hate the "lookie lous" who walk by but want my cat to have a "peek hole" so I think I will get some picture frames and do this. Very cool, thanks!

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April 15, 20151 found this helpful

I love this idea it is just what I am looking for, what kind if paint did you use to make sure it is weatherproof. Also wondering what adhesive you used on the marbles?

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November 3, 20150 found this helpful

My stained glass paint was not waterproof. Does anyone know where i can find stained glass paint that can withstand the outdoor elements?

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