The other weekend we visited my husband’s crafty cousin Wes. I call him crafty cousin Wes because he’s very artistic and can make just about anything.
I saw this beautiful stained glass window hanging in his kitchen window and asked him where he got it. When he told me that he made it, I assumed he meant by scoring glass and using a soldering iron.
But then he told me it was fake stained glass. Say what? He had found several old windows in his attic and decided to do something with them. He went to Michael’s craft store and bought glass paint and self-adhesive lead strip.
Just draw your picture in with a marker and then color in the lines with glass paint. Add the self-adhesive lead strip to your marker lines and admire your hand work.
I love that Wes did this using an old window because it makes it look authentic. However, you could do this on a glass picture frame as well.