Over the summer I was at a rummage sale and up against the house were all of these old windows. They
were being sold for $5 a piece. I had no clue what I wanted to do with them but figured I could figure something out. I remembered my grandma cutting up old calenders and using the pictures to frame. I thought it was a brilliant idea and thought that a calender would be perfect size for these big old windows. So I decided where I wanted to place each window, one going in the dining room and one in the study.
When I brought them home there were some nails on the edges that had to be pulled. They also needed a new coat of paint. I taped up the glass and used some left over white paint that I had. The glass also had some old paint on the glass. I scraped off what I could. Not all of it came off but I figured it is a rustic look so it not being pristine works for this look. We then added a triangle shaped hanger on each side on the top.
|This is the back of it and original paint color|
This is the art work display one that is in my study. It is great and very simple, tape art work into the window panes. And voila!
A close up of the x-ray flowers