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Working on the stained glass for the front door
 

Working on the stained glass for the front door



This one will go in the front door. A few more final touch ups needed, and it will be done.

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Guys, this is really easy to do. I just print out the pattern on a sheet of transparencies, and go over it all with Gallery Glass. It's effective, and it lasts for ever. This is what I did on the Haunted House's attic window. I'll do a tutorial on my blog soon.

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1 hour ago, Emerald said:

PLEASE PLEASE AN INSTRUCTION.

 

Yes, I second this request.

What brand of transparency did you use?

Did you use a color inkjet printer, or did you color in between the lines with the gallery glass.....Inquiring minds want to know. 

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On 7/1/2017, 1:05:03, Griffonfeathers said:

Absolutely gorgeous! I can't wait to see it all installed! You do great work!

 

Thank you Griffonfeathers <3

 

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Ok so, this is how I make them. I use and Inkjet Transparency (that you can get at any office supply place), and I'm sure they have them for laser jet printers as well.

I find a stained glass window pattern that I like, and color it in, in a paint program. Some of the patterns I find are already colored. Print it out on the transparency, and once it dries, spray it with a sealer. On the side of the the transparency that was NOT printed, I take "Gallery Glass" and paint the appropriate color that was printed, over the top of the same color. So, if I printed a blue peacock, I's use the blue gallery glass over the top. Gallery Glass actually looks like stained glass when it's dry but, it's fairly transparent and not very saturated with color which is why I print it out colored 1st. I'll do a pictured tutorial on my blog soon :) I hope this helps in the mean time. 

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Thanks Monica!  I've done this as well, but missed the sealant step....will def remember that for next time!

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