Reusing Old Windows!

Reusing Old Windows!


By Tamera Bastiaans

This is a wall hanging I made with an old window. Here are the directions!

Supplies:



1 old window I got mine at a grage sale for $3)

1 old board (about a 1"x 6"x the size of your window)

1 yard of fabric to match your decor

1 floral swag to match decor and fabric

Paint

Staple Gun

Glue Gun

Picture Hanging Kit (the kind with wire and screws with eye holes for heavy pictures)

Directions:

Clean up the beat-up old window. Screw the 1x6 onto the bottom side of the window. Paint the window and the shelf. When it is dry, do one last clean up, getting all of the excess paint off. Stretch the fabric across the back of the window and staple it into place. Attach the picture hanging kit to the back. Attach swag to the top front with glue gun, or nails, or staple gun. Viola! I love mine!!

About the Author

About the Author

Tamera is a stay-at-home-wife who loves to cook, read, write, garden and craft. She has a free email newsletter called Tamera's Tea Time Talk and Culinary Chatter. If you would like to sign up for her newsletter click here.


 
 
 

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