Old Windows Repurposed As Art!
I’ll let the photos speak for themselves in this project where I repurposed old windows as decorative art for my dining room:
(The artist acrylic paints are Golden brand, purchased locally at Art Outfitters. The windows were purchased from Habitat for Humanity Re-Store. The scrapbook papers and Gloss ModPodge used to “frame/border” the art prints were purchased at Hobby Lobby. The art prints were all found on Pinterest and printed on my laser printer. See the individual prints on my Pinterest board “Beverage Art” for links to more info about each of the 18 prints, here. All of the prints are Beverage related, mostly illustrations and watercolors of girls and women with tea, coffee, or juice, since we have three daughters and these art pieces hang in the dining room.)
This is my second project using ModPodge and architectural salvage! Have you seen my CRAZY OLD DOOR? If not, see it hang above my bed in our Master Bedroomhere!
~Amber Hamilton Henson
Do you have anything repurposed or reinvented in your house, too? Windows? Art pieces?
This “Repurposed Windows as Decorative Art” project will link with other blogs! You’re invited to visit the link-up parties:
ModVintageLife’s Mod Mix Monday
AlderberryHill’s Make The Scene Monday
Craft-o-maniac’s Monday Linkup
ElizabethAndCo’s Be Inspired Link Party
ConfessionOfAPlateAddict’s The Scoop #89
Arkansas Women Bloggers’ Sunday Link-up
Posted on October 21, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged Arkansas, Art, Repurposed Windows. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
Thanks, Carol! We had fun with this project! 🙂 🙂
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