Friday, 29 March 2013

Altered Wooden Stained Glass Window
 Here is a lovey wood window from my stash, that I have altered here to show you!
This is one of my favorite new pieces and when I got mine I immediately started to get ideas! So here is what I came up with....
I had lots of fun altering this, I used glass bead texture paste and regular modelling paste mixed with a bit of black acrylic paint to give it the stone grey colour, then used 2 types of a brick mask and some Lindy's Mica Spray, I used "Frolic in the Forest Black". The "glass" is a piece of acetate with alcohol inks I dabbed on and used a straw to blow around the sheet. Then, I attached the acetate to the back of the window with some hot glue, to give the look of stained glass. I took my inspiration from an ancient church I visited when I was in Scotland a year and half ago, Rosslyn chapel, it was this beautiful stone grey colour. hope you like.. :)

Close up of Window. The metal pieces are from ButterBeeScraps on Zibbet :)
Let me know what you think, I love to hear from you!