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Stained Glass Effect Using Cellophane

Stained Glass Effect Using CellophaneAfter moving into a 150 year old farm house, I wanted to enhance the beauty of the entry door but didn't want to disturb the old leaded glass window panes. I went to the Dollar Tree and purchased cellophane wrapping paper (colored but clear). I cut out each square individually.

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After cleaning each pane, I spritzed a small amount of water onto the pane and placed the square of cellophane onto the glass. I then took a soft washcloth and gently smoothed out the air bubbles. I used period colors, but you could do it with any color. It looks like stained glass!

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June 15, 20150 found this helpful

Wow, those windows are beautiful.

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