This is a super easy (& cheap) way to dress up a window.
I have some old windows hanging out that I've collected over time,
so I just grabbed some paint $1, foam brush .39cents and a stencil $1 for a pack of 6 designs.
(all supplies besides window were purchased at jo-ann fabrics)
Originally I wanted to use all the colors and make a rainbow window..
but when you buy paint for $1 you risk the chance of all but 3 colors being dried up!
Boo for that.. but at least I got something out of it..
After I was done I actually thought using white paint with a paper doily stencil would be super pretty.
(so one of you should try that!)
I wanted my design on the inside, so I flipped my window over.
Lay your stencil where you want it, I chose the center of each window for a uniform look.
Then lightly tap the paint into the holes, I wanted a distressed (and un-perfect) look,
so I didn't mind if it wasn't completely filled in.
Repeat this step as many times as desired.. then let dry..
The mess is minimal, and I didn't clean my foam between colors.
I think that since it was gradually going to a darker color and the colors were all similar it was OK!
Flip your window over and BAM window cuteness in about 5 minutes!
Our detached garage is right next to my garden, so I plan on hanging it up to go with my super random
frame and mirror collection that I started for this space!