We have some old windows that I bought for a few bucks at a yard sale. Charlie uses them to cover the early plantings in the potager.
But we also found among our stuff (and we don’t know where it came from) a basement style window.
I bought my mirror spray paint. (Looking Glass Mirror-Like Paint by Krylon)
I chose my favorite hymn (Great is Thy Faithfulness), photo-copied it on old vellum, and tore it to bits.
Then I glued it to the back of the glass with spray adhesive.
Masking the deliciously worn painted wood with tape and paper I sprayed the mirror paint onto the back of the windows. (Five light coats.)
After letting the mirror finish dry for at least 24 hours I painted the back with outdoor paint to protect the mirroring. The back paint lifted some of the music so it was necessary to reglue the corners.
I’m going to find a place outside to hang this one-of-a-kind meaningful piece of vintage up-cycle.
Do you like it?
I’m tickled with it.
What music would you have chosen?