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  1. Hi Susan~ I have some old windows that I have recently taken down from my den. I was thinking of using them in the hallway upstairs and adding family photos in the panes. I thought I would scan some photos (ones that I don't have already on the computer) and go to this website that I found from My Sweet Savannah: And if you haven't found My Sweet Savannah yet, here is her link:
    Can't wait to see what you do with your windows! :o)

  2. Thanks Cindy, that's a great idea! And thanks for the website!
    I have about 5 windows in my basement so I better get busy!

  3. Take out the glass and add a mirror to the back, it's a great way to make an area look bigger. My mom did this and hung it at the end of the hallway, it made such a difference.

    You could also get some stained glass paint, decorate it, put chains in the top and hang it in front of a big window.

    You can distress the casings a bit as well.

  4. Thanks Cindy....
    That is a great idea! Thank you for your input! I have so many I might try everything!


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