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Topic: Frosting Glass Panes on French Doors  (Read 527 times)
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Nature Lover
« on: November 15, 2010 12:25:34 AM »

Hello wonderful Crafters   Smiley

I have decided to change a room in my home to my art room.  It has beautiful French doors that are clear.  This room is situated right in my front entrance and I had the idea of frosting the glass on the doors.  This way if the room gets a bit messy,  people can not see in. 

Anyway, does someone out there know how to achieve this look?  I may do the mactac thing but hopefully I can achieve a better look than that.  I know there is a product out there that gives glass the etched look, but I think you have to rinse it under water and there is no way I can do that with the doors.

I appreciate any helpful hints or idea.


Nature Lover
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