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Window # 3

Posted by chelcass Z7 Tennessee (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 11, 11 at 16:49

Just finished this window Wednesday and DH hung with the other today. I think #4 is going to be different colored morning glories. One of my favorite flowers.

Image link: Window # 3 (61 k)


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  • Posted by emtnest z8/Northern CA (My Page) on
    Fri, Mar 11, 11 at 17:07

Your window is beautiful! Windows are my fav substrate!!!


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Love it Oh how I wish I could paint


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You do really beautiful work! Your window must look really nice with sun shining through it. Thanks for posting the pic.


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Very pretty. I really like that. I think your morning glory is my favorite, too. Can't wait to see window #4. Thank you for sharing. - Marylee


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Soooo pretty, you really did a great job.


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Looks very "summer-y!" Love old windows! Nice work! Jeanne S.


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Very pretty!!


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Just lovely! Do you freehand your painting or do you use a template? Love the colors too!


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Very pretty! I love that butterfly myself.


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Thanks eveybody. Actually that is stained glass I have cut out and applied to the window paine. I have patterns for most my stained glass but some of the flowers like the sunflower I will wing it. They are so much fun to do.


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  • Posted by sorie6 Zone4 Colo (My Page) on
    Sat, Mar 12, 11 at 10:28

Wow you are very talented!!! You've done a great job. YOu can't tell that it is glass. Do you glue the stain glass to the glass or make the stain glass and put it in the frame? tfs.


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I glued the stain glass to the original glass with E6000 glue.


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