Thursday, August 1, 2013

Homemade Heart Shaped Decorations

The craft shown in this post is now decorating our side porch.

It was great fun to do and not hard at all.

The first time I saw it demonstrated was on the post of a fellow blogger, Kit from Montana! (Thanks, Kit. I finally did it!)

She decorated an entire paned door.

Shown here is a window.

I found pink plastic pieces in a clearance tent at Wal-Mart's plus, I had transparent and red glass pieces, and marbles, too. 

They were applied to the old window, once its frame was painted, with Devcon Silicon Adhesive.

It was great fun putting it all together.

I love the way it looks on the side porch with light pouring through it. 

Today we are joining Home and Garden Thursday on Kathy's blog, A Delightsome Life. 

Stop by there and check out all the great posts!



Linda O'Connell said...

Oh Susan, these are very beautiful. I might have my students do this for a parent's project

Chatty Crone said...

I love that. My mind is thinking - you spray the entire window with silicone - to make the stones stick - how do you get it off the rest of the window so it doesn't collect dust? It really is a beautiful piece Susan. I love it. sandie

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: I like your window glass hearts. Great job. I see that your house is very nice. Keep in touch

Nellie said...

This is really nice work, Susan. I have never done anything like this, but you have given me an idea.:-)

Lynnie @ Vintage Gal Style said...

This looks so similar to stained glass but so much hearts too.


Bookie said...

This looks so good! It is pretty but full of light...nice is summer but bet it is a lift in winter!

Dee said...


Red Rose Alley said...

Oh, how festive your windows are now, Susan. And I simply love hearts. This is a creative idea.


Linda @ A La Carte said...

Susan this is just precious! I love it! Love the colors!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

These are so pretty!! Love them!!


Kit said...

Oh, there it is! You did it! How did I miss this post. I am glad you came and visited and had me come and look. It turned out really well and it is pretty! You will love it for years and years. I bet you had fun creating it. I am due to make a new one. :) Kit

diane.stetson said...

Very are the decorating queen.

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