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Making a "Let It Snow" Window Frame

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Old windows can be reused to make unique crafts for your home. Paint on a winter motif and you have an original holiday decoration. This is a guide about making a "let it snow" window frame.
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December 16, 2010

Salvaged vintage window turned into Christmas decor.

Approximate Time: 6 Hours (includes drying time)

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  1. Very carefully, remove the old pane(s) from the frame.
  2. Wash glass in warm soapy water and dry.
  3. On the front side of each pane, draw your desired picture.
  4. When you paint the reverse side, you'll need to start with colours you want to show first, such as the orange nose and black hat. Let each layer of paint dry before adding more.
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  6. Once each pane is fully dry, spray a gloss sealer (Krylon spray paint works well on glass) to adhere everything.
  7. Place panes back into frame and lightly tack small finishing nails into frame around each pane.
  8. By tracy from Ontario, Canada

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    December 16, 20100 found this helpful

    Great job and a wonderful idea for a recycled treasure.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Reply Was this helpful? Yes
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