Friday, August 10, 2012

Vintage Windows Project


Recently, bought some old windows for 1.00 and 2.00 each~~excited that I could find them this cheap~~regrets that I didn't buy them all!

I did snag up several tho'; different shapes and sizes:




~~and at my local junk shop, picked up this ornamental swag piece for 3.00 to use as a decorative header after painting it and the window with a fresh coat of white chalk paint~~




~~had to add some stencils~~and here's the finished project ready to go to the shop booths~~



~have a fun weekend and may the Junking Gods be with you~

~patty~


Here's a great party going on:



BRAMBLEBERRY COTTAGE

Boogieboard Cottage

20 comments:

  1. What a find , and what a fantastic job you did. What type of stencil did you use? Happy weekend.
    Ciao,
    Mary

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  2. Great Job...I love it! The swag really dresses it! Very Nice!

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  3. care to share how you did the stencils? Beautiful!

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  4. I love it!...I have an ole window,and I'm looking for ideas,this is great.

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  5. I love what you did with this fabulous old window and I'm sure it won't take long for someone to take it home. What a bargain on the windows!!

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  6. Love how this project turned out:)
    So Lovely!
    Francine

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  7. OMG - I just love this idea - have to be on the look out for old windows now lol
    They turned out gorgeous!
    Your newest follower - would love to have
    you come by for a visit and follow back when you can :)
    Big hugs,
    Suzan

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  8. Nice work on that bargain window. A couple of summers ago, I found several windows for $2 each and bought them for my son. Of course, since I've wanted to pick up a few for myself, I just can't find them for that price now. Yours is absolutely lovely all dolled up!

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  9. You did an amazing job! Such a beautiful touch to transform an old window! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  10. Patty,
    I love how this project turned out and have been wanting to try stenciling too. Is there a book you'd recommend or site that I could learn something about this technique. You did a fantastic job and I love it.

    Jody

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  11. that was a wonderful great project

    and it looks so darn good

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  12. I am always amazed by your creativity! Great job!
    Blessings, Joanne

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  13. Hi Patty,
    I couldn't find your email on your page so thought I would post here - I have been browsing your blog for well over an hour and am only about halfway through your posts. Your style and talent are amazing - I can't believe I haven't seen your blog before now. You have a dedicated new follower!
    Peggy @ The Painted Pear

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  14. I love how you played those windows artistically! With the all-white scheme, they definitely look timeless. That’s a lot of credit to the chalk paint. They never really fail in giving you that vintage appearance. I’m sure they will bring more heads turned to your shop’s direction. ;)

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  15. Beautiful! You absolutely did a great job in adding intricate designs on the vintage window. I don’t know, but when I first saw the upshot, I immediately thought that it’s a window sign for wedding shops. Hihi! :P

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  16. @Tameka, maybe it was because of the floral ornament. :D Anyway, kudos to you, Patty, for doing such a great job in reinventing old and used windows into something creative! Actually, this old-stuff-turned-to-signboard didn’t look like it was made from a window. :P

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