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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Vintage Window

It has been a crazy week here! We are "iced" in here where I live in Indiana. Since I have been home from work, I have been able to do some projects I've been wanting to do. My last post was a little night stand I did for the little boys. Here is an old window I am putting in the same room. Most furniture is old or some we have inherited over the years. I will do a room reveal when it's all finished :)
I used my Cricut Expression to cut the brown vinyl from "A Child's Year" Cartridge. I had so many ideas how to decorate this window but this is what I ended up deciding on :) It's easy to change if I decide on something different in the near future..ha.

This room is brown/blue with a bit of green. I am loving it so far! I think the pictures depict a little boy's life perfectly :)
Hope you enjoy. I am linking to some of my favorite parties listed on the left of my blog!
Hugs,
Beth

27 comments:

Sarah

This turned out beautifully! I love it! I have just done a few vintage window projects recently on my blog. I would love it if you stopped by! I am your newest follower. I can't wait to see the room reveal!

Maggie

oooh beth I luv this I wish I had little one for this...
Don't forget to link it in our linking party this week.

http://www.passionatelyartistic.com/2011/02/fun-ideas-for-valentine-day-2011be.html

Maggie

Miranda

How sweet is that! I, too, am a Cricut gal. I'm your newest follower. Come check out some of my Cricut creations.

Miranda
www.justdrinkacoke.blogspot.com

jennoreilly

so beautiful!! I love how this looks, very classic. Well done!

Connie

That is just too cute! Love the silhouettes depiciting the things a boy does.

The Answer Is Chocolate

I love what you did with this! Saw this on Tatertots and Jello.

Stacey

This is beautiful! I love the colors!

Stacey

(sorry if I posted twice!)

This is beautiful! I love the colors!

LP aka A Crafty Southern Chick

That's awesome! How did you adhere the designs? Just curious, I've been making jewelry holders from my old windows, and was wanting to do something similar to yours for my kitchen makeover! I love it! :)

Lexi D

This is so darling! I love old windows!

Katie @ On the Banks of Squaw Creek

Very cute! I LOVE the pictures - they go perfectly with the vintage feel of the window.

Amanda

This is so sweet, thanks for sharing

Jennifer

This is so cute! What a great idea!

Sara

Great idea!

Meg

This is awesome! I love vintage windows and you put yours to great use!!!

Susan @ myhomeroad.blogspot.com

Great window.. I've been looking for window ideas!
Susan

Sherry

Very cute! New idea for the use of an old window. Love it.
Sherry

Serendipity Chic Design

Words can't describe how awesome this is Beth!

Take care,
Lisa

Carrie @ Dittle Dattle

Well done! You are so right....there are so many things that can be done with a window frame.

Val

This is truly adorable!

Lauren @ YoungNester

This is beautiful! I would love for you to link up to my Ten Buck Tuesday link parties!

I want a Cricut or Silhouette!

www.youngnester.blogspot.com

DANA

That is so cute! I need a Cricut! If you have not been by yet, I would love for you to come link up! Every month the best link gets prizes!

http://www.thesaturdaymorningsblog.com/2011/02/strut-your-stuff-for-february-round-2.html

Emily

Love your vintage window. It is so charming!

Modern Wivelyhood

I love this window! I featured it on a few of my favorite tutorials for the week: http://modernwivelyhood.blogspot.com/2011/02/few-of-my-favorite-tutorials_668.html
So cute!

Elaine Edwards

That window is awesome! I love that cartridge and now I have to go find a window!

Herb

I love it very much! The photos you’ve placed in the windows depict a boy’s life. I guess your little kid will be one those in the pics. If you already have your room reveal posted, please direct me to that post. Will you? Thanks. :)

[ Herb Koguchi ]

Roxie Tenner

Herb is right! The photos in the window will depict a boy’s life. How are things now? I bet your kid loved your design and I’m excited to see your room reveal. Well, it has been years, and I hope I can also take a sneak peak on other crafts that you’ve done to old windows. :)

-Roxie Tenner-

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