NEW! Faux Stained Glass Painted Window

I love old windows! I love stained glass! So, after a friend GAVE me several old wooden windows after she had installed new windows....I was ECSTATIC !! I have painted several old windows before and they have turned out pretty well. So, the other day as I was flipping channels trying to find something to watch, there was a house with a stained glass window over the kitchen sink. Well, that got me thinking.
So, I took one of the old windows and used Tulip Slick Black paint to draw outlines of the designs of the "stained glass" on the back of the window. I also knew that the Tulip Paint would be raised and give me and great outline to "stay between the lines".  I let the black paint dry over night and then the next morning I started applying the different colors for the "stained glass". I really like the way it turned out. I hope you think so also. If someone has also done some thing like this I would love any input or tips. Blessings, Deborah
There is still some cleaning up to do to it.....but I do like it alot.


  1. Hi Deborah...thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment about my herb wreath :) I love your work and followed you on LFT.

  2. Thanks so much Shelley....learned alot doing this one. Hopefully can do another one soon. Thanks for the Follow. Deborah

  3. This looks really neat. YOu did a fantastic job!

  4. Thanks Shannah. I had fun and learned alot doing this. I will be keeping this window..but hopefully the next one I can sell. Thanks again. Blessings, Deborah

  5. Oh what a wonderful way to use your vintage frame -- as a canvas for your wonderful art! Thanks so much for sharing today at Junkin Joe -- We are also now your newest followers! sending hugs and creativity! : )

  6. Oh wow, thanks so much for the compliment and your Follow! Coming from ya'll, that is awesome!


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