To make this awesome Turn An Old Window Into Wall Art You’ll need the following ingredients:
I then began to trace. This takes awhile so make sure you’re in a comfy spot. (;
Once you’re doing tracing everything, remove the printouts and you’re left with your basic outlines!
Next, you’ll mix up your colors! I used Elmer’s clear school glue, acrylic paint and a cupcake tin. This was the easiest way to keep the paints from mixing. I used about 2 tablespoons of clear glue to 1 teaspoon of paint. Be sure to mix this well.
And let the painting begin! This was so relaxing just like coloring.
After, you’re left with this one of a kind work of art! It was so rewarding for me to finish this and turn it over to reveal my beautiful stained glass! I’m not displaying mine in front of a window because I love in an apartment and they are floor to ceiling, but I LOVE the way it pops on my white wall! The best part is, you don’t have to be an artist!
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