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Posted April 30, 2010
very pretty, how did you do that?
I used the clear window material, ran the pattern through the printer on the the window material, and then I filled in the colors with Gallery Glass Paint using a tiny paint brush.
The only tricky part is getting the image the perfect size for the window. Otherwise, it's quite simple and fun
pretty fabulous i would say :wub:
Thanks Janet and Linda!
They are worth it in the long run. I just hope they all work with the house in the end
Wow, Monica! Add me to the list of fans . . . those windows are just FABULOUS! You always do such wonderful work. I know I am not alone when I say how much I look forward to seeing anything new you do.
Lovely windows. Love the designs and the colors.
Glad to know this idea actually works.
I have been drawing up designs to try that way.
You've saved me some experimental time.
Thank you so much ladies!
Yes, Selkie give it a shot! It's not too difficult at all. One or 2 trial and errors is all it took me.
I love the window too,all of your windows,but what did you use for the rocks on the wall? Looks super cool!
It's one of the Bromley stencils. I love them. They take a bit of getting used to in terms of keeping the lines straight but, they are fab once you get used to them.
Wow Monica. it is (The window pattern) like one of the sycadelic (SP) things from the 70s it seems to move if you stare at it for a while rofl.
Wow is right! Beautiful work on the windows! I love the colors!
Posted May 1, 2010
Deborah do you think its psycadellic? hehehe I had no intention of that but....well wait til you hear the family background story
Posted May 19, 2010
This is fabulous, Monica. You do amazing work!!!
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