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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Hearts and Ribbons Modular Method Gallery Glass Window

I don't like to go very long without doing a window makeover. And to stay in sync with our Valentine theme, I found a related design. This window happens to be in the larger portion of my bathroom. It looks out onto my neighbor's garage and so the view is not something to rave about--plus there are privacy issues--as you would expect.
I'm working on ave a post that will answer all your questions a detailed study of Modular Windows it will completely educate you. But generally, the first step is to do the hearts, birds and ribbon sections as CLINGS. Outline and paint them on the Leading Blank, let them dry, then peel them off and arrange in a pleasing design. Then outline the borders and dividing strips with Redi-Lead or make your own pre-cured leading strips (less expensive). Paint the Crystal Clear and Cameo Ivory directly on the glass

Study the Hearts and Ribbons Pattern and Color Keys for details about supplies for this window. For expanded directions of the Modular Method, look for Circle of Roses Modular Method Pattern and Instructions. It gives a complete step-by-step guide to creating your own wonderful Modular Gallery Glass windows.

Gallery Glass Supplies needed: 16003 Cameo Ivory, 1621 White Pearl, 16023 Berry Red, 16081 Crystal Clear, 16076 Black Liquid Leading or Redi-Lead, 16225 Tool Set

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