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Glass on Glass Vintage Window Project #2

A 10 panel vintage window scored while treasure hunting in Orange, California with Alice. The window measures a VERY STURDY 5′ x 2′ and has really cool hinges to use for hanging or not. If I end up keeping this piece, I’m going to have it installed as the front door side window for the cabin.  

This window was probably hung the wide way over an old store front somewhere.

Amazed that the pieces magically fit together.

You don't find inspiration. It finds you.

Probably should have glued it while I was laying it out.

Perfect first pass and not a single piece glued.
Perfect first pass and not a single piece glued.

Glitter makes the world a better place.

glass on glass
10 panes © mara lee
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2 thoughts on “Glass on Glass Vintage Window Project #2”

  1. My friends and I did this project last Thursday 7-2-15. I used a clear 6000 tube of glue, it was white when I put my project together but 3 days later and the glue is still partly white. Have you ever had this happen to you, when the glue doesn’t dry clear as its supposed to?

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    1. Sorry for the delay, Marilyn. If it was white and not clear, when you glued on the glass then … it was unfortunately white E6000. 😦 They call their white E6000 glue Blanco and almost made the same mistake once. 🙂

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