0TMorganDesign 9 years ago ReplyUpvoteI teach an art class for adults in my town and October's project is an old window. I have painted them and glazed them for art auctions and personal use. They are great for a unique piece of art!Step 1: Use some heavy-duty gloves and scrape any loose paint off of the windows and clean it up then use Kilz on the wood to prime it. I buy the spray can because it's quick and I don't worry about the glass too much if I am painting all of it. If not then you may want to hand paint on the Kilz primer for the wood sections.Step 2: Let the wood dry and wipe the glass good and start painting! I use acrylic paint because it dries quicker on glass, but if you have an old bucket of latex paint then slap it on and it works on wood or glass!Step 3: When the paint dries, seal it with a clear indoor/outdoor spray paint. *Krylon is pricey, but works. The WalMart brand is $2 cheaper and does not seem to "yellow" as time goes on.Step 4: I screw in two large hooks or eye bolts and hang it inside or over an old tree limb. You can also hang from a houses overhang area! *when hanging inside from ceiling, use the butterfly/bolt that will hold tight on the inside of your ceiling to keep it from pulling out and falling to it's broken demise!!! =oI hope that is helpful.... Remember, art is what YOU like and not everyone else. So, have fun and create!