repurposed vintage windows with Stain Glass

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Old framed window using recycled glass pieces to create a dimensional stain glass window . Using clear silicone adhesive .

Old framed window using recycled glass pieces to create a dimensional stain glass window . Using clear silicone adhesive .

This shows which adhesives work best with different types of fabrics. Never knew that even glue could be diverse, lol

This shows which adhesives work best with different types of fabrics. Never knew that even glue could be diverse, lol

My apple tree faux stained glass window.  Used an old window, flat glass marbles and pieces from a broken wine bottle for the trunk.   Cover the whole thing with an epoxy gloss coat (comes in a two part kit).  Kits cost about $25 at Home Depot and Lowe's.  A one quart kit can cover about 6 square feet.  I did not glue the marbles to the glass first.  Just laid them on the glass.  Darker marble colors look best.  This is even better in person IMHO.  :)

My apple tree faux stained glass window. Used an old window, flat glass marbles and pieces from a broken wine bottle for the trunk. Cover the whole thing with an epoxy gloss coat (comes in a two part kit). Kits cost about $25 at Home Depot and Lowe's. A one quart kit can cover about 6 square feet. I did not glue the marbles to the glass first. Just laid them on the glass. Darker marble colors look best. This is even better in person IMHO. :)

This Garden Glass Window is called 'Bubbles Blue'.

Window Gallery Detail - Centreville, Virginia

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Old window with marbles!  set marbles on glass, pour a two part resin over marbles.  Looks like the marbles are melted into the glass.

Old window with marbles! set marbles on glass, pour a two part resin over marbles. Looks like the marbles are melted into the glass.

My version of a stained glass window using a vintage window, flat gems and epoxy. The epoxy is poured over all the gems.  Took a quart to do an approximately 2 x 3' window.  A quart costs a bit over $25 so this is one of my more expensive craft projects.

My version of a stained glass window using a vintage window, flat gems and epoxy. The epoxy is poured over all the gems. Took a quart to do an approximately 2 x 3' window. A quart costs a bit over $25 so this is one of my more expensive craft projects.

Old window with glass beads....so pretty when the sun hits it

Old window with glass beads....so pretty when the sun hits it

Old window with glass beads....so pretty when the sun hits it

Old window with glass beads....so pretty when the sun hits it

Create a privacy cover using a repurposed window and glass beads! Great for a bathroom!

Create a privacy cover using a repurposed window and glass beads! Great for a bathroom!

This Garden Glass Window is called 'Geo Green '.

Window Gallery Detail - Centreville, Virginia

This Garden Glass Window is called 'Geo Green '.

stained glass instead of traditional window treatment - re-purposed or diy (HGTV, "That's Clever": Episode 314 )

stained glass instead of traditional window treatment - re-purposed or diy (HGTV, "That's Clever": Episode 314 )

repurposed window by Karen Terry

repurposed window by Karen Terry

"Fireworks" vintage window by Sue Gerdes.

"Fireworks" vintage window by Sue Gerdes.

This Garden Glass Window is called 'Geo Pink/Green'.

Window Gallery Detail - Centreville, Virginia

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