Playful DIY kitchen windows



Windows are not part of the list of things that most people consider creating by themselves. They’re usually standard items that are designed by specialists and installed by professionals. But, in this case, we’re not talking about designing or building the window from scratch. It’s a project that shows you how to personalize your kitchen windows and to make them more cheerful and unique.

The tools needed for a similar project include contact paper, scissors and an exacto knife. These particular windows had four panels. The idea was to create four images, one for each panel. The images included a fork, a knife, a spoon and a martini glass. If you want to create a similar image, the first step would be to measure the windows. This way you’ll know the exact dimensions when you’ll cut the contact paper. The next step is to cut out the images. You can find templates for the images and just draw them on paper. After tracing the contours, cut out the images and put them on the window panels.

The initial project is not complete. In this case, because the image didn’t seem quite complete, a garland was also added. If you decide to adopt this idea as well, you can find all sorts of items to hang on the garland. They can be items related to the kitchen or things you simply love. And since your kitchen windows are about to get a makeover, maybe adding a fresh coat of paint would also be a good idea.{found on sweetpeachblog}.


Published by in DIY, on May 18th, 2012

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