Faux Stained Glass

Here's a quick step by step of an easy and affordable way to use window film samples to create a faux stained glass.

 This is the window I selected for my project, a few of the samples are hanging here to see what they look like up.

This is the window I selected for my project, a few of the samples are hanging here to see what they look like up.

 

I ordered my samples from these two companies: Decorative FilmsSolar Graphics

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First I measured the window pane and drew it on paper so I could cut out the shapes I wanted to use of the samples.

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Some of the samples were static cling and others were not.  I used clear tape in small strips along the edges to attach those to the window.

 As you can see my measurements were not precise and there is some overlap.  It doesn't bother but me, but I'm not a perfectionist ;)  I also doubled up on some of the colors to make them more intense. 

As you can see my measurements were not precise and there is some overlap.  It doesn't bother but me, but I'm not a perfectionist ;)  I also doubled up on some of the colors to make them more intense. 

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The final result is quite stunning and it cost about $12 total!

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