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My (way) Leaded Glass French Door

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I am a lover of leaded glass.

I can’t afford to have it throughout my home, so I have found my own little ways to help me feel satisfied.

One of my first posts on RCD was about “Gallery Glass” which is a product I used on my “dining room/turned office door.
I still love it, but this is much easier!

You honestly can’t get any easier.  I worked on this mostly at night for a few minutes between chores and every morning I loved it more & more!

I realize it’s not exactly the look of real leaded glass…

but it sure looks darn cool to me 🙂

Welcome to my new pantry door!

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BEFORE
Too bad I forgot to hang some banana’s on that nail in there!  You will find the banana “tip” here 🙂
Ok…enough of the fun with photos…Here’s how I did it if you want to try it!!!

If you do try it…
remember to tell me so I can boast about you!

I found everything I needed at Michael’s.  It was all for under $10.

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“Peel-Offs” stickers found at Michael’s in the sticker section. I used the the thinner ones on the left side.
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Draw straight line corner to corner as a guide.
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Self adheasive crystals found also @ Michael’s in the sticker section.
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Stick those stickers on the line and cut at the corners. You will need a steady hand and good glasses!
Don’t forget placing the crystal in the center!
Love,
Julie
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3 Responses

  1. sarah says:

    Hi Julie, really like the leaded glass look on the door. I think I’m missing a few steps on what exactly you did. Did you only put the stickers on the front side? Also, how do the self adhesive crystals stick to the lumpy X without some glue?….. and then how do you not see the “fake hack” from the backside?….or do you not care about how it looks from the back? (assuming you only did the one side)

    • Julie says:

      The gems aren’t stickers. They adhere to the glass “glue” when it is still wet after painting on your design. The paint acts as glue when wet. It’s doesn’t look fake from the other side. It’s looks the same as on the front, only looking through the glass.

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