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easy to do, easy to remove! how can you go wrong with these 'stained glass' windows?
gather the supplies:Windex, paper towels, acrylic paints in the desired colors, skinny masking tape and a sponge brush. you'll also need a bowl to put your paint into.
start out with a freshly cleaned, dry window.
use masking tape to make your pattern. i made diamonds. press it FIRMLY to the glass.
using the sponge brush, apply the 1st color. i chose green. use a dabbing motion to apply the paint to the window.
allow the 1st color to dry, and then apply the next color. i used red. use that same dabbing motion.
allow the window to dry thoroughly. then carefully and slowly remove the masking tape. pull the tape straight off the window, to pull in any other direction could ...
there you have it, faux stained glass windows. they look gorgeous from the outside at night, and beautiful inside on a bright sunny day. they provide extra privacy ...
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