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This DIY Project Gives New Life to Old Windows
If there's one thing I know, it's that beautiful home decor doesnothave to be expensive. I've been doing D.I.Y. projects since I was 19, and I'm still a bargain hunter when I shop. I see things at stores and think,I could make that for less.I bought these window frames for each at a flea market. I made one into a cute, functional chalkboard and the other into a jewelry board for my closet. I love the wear and tear on the frames, so I left them as-is. Plus, it was easier--my kids did this with me!
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1.Using an X-Acto knife, cut balsa wood to fit the dimensions of the window panes.
2.Attach batting to one side of the balsa with spray-on glue. Place fabric over the batting and pull it taut, then staple it to the backside of the balsa.
3.Use an awl or drill to make holes in the back of the balsa, then screw hooks (just do it by hand) through the front of it.
4Attach the finished boards to the windows with a glue gun.
1.Cover the entire window frame with blue painter's tape. (That way you won't have to be too careful!)
2.Coat the glass in chalkboard spray paint. Once it's dry, apply a second coat for good measure.
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