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Gorgeous!! I'm so impressed! And how did you do the stained glass?

The "stained glass" is made from a printable acetate transparency. I just copied an image into Photoshop, adjusted it, and printed it out. After it dried, I sprayed several layers of thick, clear glaze over it, and voila...imitation mini-stained glass. I've made real stained glass projects, but NOTHING I tried worked well on windows this small. "Gallery Glass" paint usually works well for making miniature windows but I couldn't get the "leading" small enough to look right. You can use lead tape (purchased from a golf/sporting goods store for larger dh windows. You just cut it into narrower strips, adhere it to your window, then fill in with the Gallery Glass paint. Maybe there are other techniques that work better. If anyone knows of one, please share.

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