You’ve heard us talking about the amazingness of frosted window film before. We love the stuff. It’s inexpensive, easy to apply, and will give windows privacy without losing light!
3 Great DIY Projects with Frosted Window Film
We wanted to test the crafty potential of this amazing stuff, so we sent rolls of frosted window film to our craftiest blogger friends, and let them have their way with it. Here are 3 great projects that they came up with!
Move Your Windows in The Right Direction
In true crafty fashion, Kim turned her window film into something fabulous.
She cut out arrows and chevrons to give her bedroom windows privacy and style.
Read more about this project in Kim’s post: A Film Challenge
Light the Way with Frosted Candle Holders
Sara of Sensibly Sara came up with a super easy way to use frosted window film. She cut pieces to fit glass candle holders and gave them a softer glow.
Try a variation on this project with tall pillar candle holders.
Glass etching creams permanently frost glass, but we love this method because you can go back to clear by just peeling off the film!
Read more about this project in Sara’s post: Use Window Film to Make DIY Etched Glass Candle Holders
Be a Deer Window Silhouette
Bobbie writes at the Clumsy Crafter, but don’t let the name fool you, she is the queen of all things creative. With her window film, Bobbie cut out an adorable stag silhouette that she applied to an old glass cabinet door.
This would be beautiful hung over a painted wall in a large window, although we can’t get enough of the rustic wood background in Bobbie’s photo below. The texture really makes the design stand out.
Around the Blinds.com office, this project has surprisingly been just as popular with guys as ladies. With a dark stained frame, this would be perfect in an office or man cave.
Read more about this project in Bobbie’s post: Silhouette On Glass
Feeling Crafty? Give It a Try!
A huge thanks to our blogger friends for sharing these fun projects with us. If you want to give one of these projects or our DIY lace cut window film a try, order your own Thomas Hicks Window Film, and get crafting!
Are you a blogger who wants to take on the window film challenge? Email us at PR@blinds.com!