Old Window Pane Project

Start out with an old window with glass still intact.

You add some greenery, silk flowers & bits of moss.

Tuck some collectibles in & make sure they are wired or glued in to secure them.

Wind some pretty ribbon & cord through the greenery.

Voila! You have a beautiful piece to display on your wall or mantle.This could be done in any seasonal theme with all types of collectibles. I think I will do one with pretty teacups, an old pair of ladies gloves & maybe some pearls . . .

Didn't it turn out sweet?

Until Next time
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Stacey said...

I love old windows and that is a great way to use one!!

CIELO said...

I love windows... and yours is gorgeous... thanks for stopping to smell the roses at the house in the roses... ;)

Merry Christmas and warm wishes from our house to yours.


LillyB said...

Your window is so beautiful!! I am looking for one as we speak!!
Have a Merry Christmas!!!

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Hi there,
I also love windows. What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing.
Merry Christmas!


The Whispering Poppies said...

What a stunning Window Treatment! =)

Have a Blessed and Joyous Christmas! =)

Julie said...

Just wanted to say that I enjoyed visiting your blog. Merry Christmas!

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

thanks for stopping by my blog,
It is chrissy morning here now,8.15am and my house has just done the christmas pressie burst!
The kids are sooooo happpy and so am i!

Bobbie said...

You are so talented! Love that old window. Merry Christmas and thank you for showing your friend Melissa's home. It is stunning. I am stealing many of her ideas.

Daisymomto3 said...

beautiful. :)

Heidi Ann said...

Good Morning Debbie, Happy Holidays to you! I was looking over my list of ladies who have signed up for my Very Vintage Valentine Swap & noticed you wrote me a comment, but haven't sent in you information sheet. Would you please fill it out & e-mail it to me & I will officially sign you up!! Thank you so very much!...Heidi XO (foxglovesfabricandfolly.blogspot.com)

lvroftiques said...

What a great idea!! It turned out beautifully! Vanna