Window Frame

Window Frame
I’ve been wanting to do this for a while now and last weekend got a few seconds and
WA-LA!
I snagged this old window for 10 bucks.
I tacked some burlap fabric to the back after I picked out some of my favorite snap shots and taped them to the glass.

Easy Peasy!

I am IN LOVE with how it turned out and it makes me smile every time I look at it!

Which is a lot since its smack in the middle of the den!
(look at the baby, look at the baby!)
Which is slowly coming together by the way.
I want to introduce you to each of my projects one at a time.
So you can soak it in.
And try them yourself.
I am linking up to a great sight full of ideas over at
The Shabby Nest

and here


Come check me out!

25 comments:

elizabeth @ twelvecrafts said…

I have two frames like this that I’ve been hoping to do this with for the past seven years. Can you believe that . . . 7 years?! Thanks for reminding me. 😉

Wendy said…

Cute idea! Your room is so pretty!
And a very cute baby 🙂
Wendy

Chic Creations said…

How cute! I love it. You are a creative gal. Thanks for sharing.

Michelle @ Sweet Something said…

That turned out great! Love how it looks in your space, nice job!

this blessed nest said…

wow!

it is just beautiful. i just love old windows & the chipped paint is an extra bonus in my book.

your children are beautiful! i love your caption at the top. a girl after my own heart…sweet tea with some orange, please!
xo
nice to meet you!
kellie

samantha said…

This turned out great. The pictures you used are perfect. I did the say thing with a old window but used clear photo corners from my scrapbook supplies.

Cecily said…

OMG, that’s just LOVELY! Totally fantastic! Love it.

Krista said…

I LOVE this! And I have supplies to do it. Can’t wait!

terrid614 said…

omg! what an adorable idea! i found you through a blog of a blog of a blog!!! what a super sweet baby doll as well! i am now your newest follower!

Lauren said…

adorable idea! love it!

Shannon @ Posh Pieces said…

Love! Love! Love! Turned out amazing! Thanks for sharing.

Ashley said…

That looks wonderful! And that room is gorgeous! Wow!

Terrell said…

So adorable and creative!! I love how it adds even more shine to that beautiful room!! Way to go girl! I am so happy to be your newest follower of your delighful blog and I would love to have you as a friend at Frou Frou Decor! I would also like to invite you to my link party every Friday-Monday..so be sure to pop over with your wonderful creations! Hope to see you there!
Hugs,
~Terrell @ Frou Frou Decor~

Laura said…

Love it, so beautiful!

Denise Marie said…

love this. you did a great job on yours. I did 1 last month for my mother in laws historical home.

bellatreasures said…

Very Cute. I am loving burlap everything lately.

Katie @ Not Just Decorating said…

I’m visiting from DIY showoff. This is such a cute idea. I’m going to have to do this!
PS- I’m your newest follower 🙂

Amanda said…

I’ve put together a round up of some great frame ideas on Craft Gossip today and included your project. 🙂 You can see it here
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Becky said…

seriously, amazing! I love it. How creative 🙂

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Becky said…

I loved this so much, I featured it on my blog today!

You can check out the post here:
http://justbeckause.blogspot.com/2011/02/blog-head-monday.html

Have a great day! 🙂

<3 Becky
justbeckause.blogspot.com

HereBeDragons said…

This is really cute. My sis has a three opening window with large flower/greenery closeups filling each opening. I love these old window projects. I need to keep my eyes open for them.

Keele said…

What kind of tape did you use to keep the pictures in place without it being seen?

Anonymous said…

I do think this looks great but I have to share the dangers. This window I am 99% sure has lead paint chipping on it. That lead paint will fall to the floor or the dust it emits will get into the air and that precious little baby can eat it and breath it in. Even a finger tip of lead dust can cause brain and developmental problems. I hate to be a downer but I NEED to inform people. We just went through this horrific story with my 18 month old I have to warn people

Anonymous said…

Very cute. How did you actually hang the window? My sister in law made me an awesome keepsake out of a window but I’m not sure how to hang it.

Angela said…

What kind of tape did you use so it wasn’t seen?
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