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Rabbitgoo® No Glue Window Film Vine Pattern Static Tinted & Textured Privacy…

Beautiful Mirrors - For the mirrors, I simply measured the window panes. I went to a glass place and had them cut the windows. Then I went to OSH or anyplace like Lowe's or Home Depot and I bought adhesive that is suitable for automotive use. I suspect that is why the mirrors are still attached to the regular glass panes that I started out with. I purchased the appliques at The Bella Cottage click here. I attached the appliques with two-part epoxy glue.

Grand piano, Valentine day gift, Unique gift, Gift for him, Music art, Gift for musician, Musician teacher gift, Unique piano, Home decor. This amazing miniature Grand piano is made of 5 layers of acrylic glass and wood, cut with a laser machine. (No glue). This material gives a special shining in the day light that comes in your office window, living room or any room in your house. This grand piano have all the details of an original piano :All the Keys, Pedals, Strings and Characters…

Pretty in the Sun - For the Home, Garden , Balcony , Patio or Pathway. ART for an OLD WINDOW , Glue FLAT bottomed Glass Stones onto Glass in the Frame . Your choice of designs and colours... (Glass stones, marbles and pieces with flat bottoms can be found at $$ Stores and Craft Stores ) .... Click for a , LARGE , View.

Lack of windows in basement? Solution: place a large mirror on a wall. Glue molding vertically and horizontally on mirror to make it look like a window. Install decorative curtain rod above and hang a pair of stylish drapes to finish the look. Basement lighting will bounce off the mirror (window) and reflect back into the room giving the illusion of a real window.

Inexpensive window art for kids: use dollar store frames, glue, sponge brush, glass gems or something like leaves and suction cups for window. Now let the imagination begin!

DIY no sew faux Roman shade. Made using fabric glue and tension rods. Measure width of window, and add 2 inches. Measure length of window and mark fabric to the measurements. Cut, glue edges to size. Use 3 tension rods to create the Roman shade look.

Perfect idea for my classroom... take a dollar store frame, remove the back, allow the child to glue down the leaves using clear Elmers glue... so simple!

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