Cover window with glass pebbles & put together this precious concept

If you've always thought a mosaic window would be too complicated or difficult to make yourself, you're in for a surprise. It's actually an easy DIY project if you have the right supplies.
Whether you choose to hang this in a kitchen window or prop it up on a bookshelf, it's sure to be a beautiful addition to your home. Choose colors that complement your decor or just those you find pretty. Check out the video tutorial and the instructions below to see how to make your own.
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Materials
- Paned window
- Craft adhesive
- Casting resin and hardener
- Two disposable plastic bowls
- Wooden craft stick
- Colored glass pieces
Instructions
1. Remove the glass from the window. Place a line of craft adhesive all the way around the inner edge of the window frame and replace the glass. Press it down firmly to ensure it stays in place.
2. Combine the casting resin and the hardener according to the manufacturer's instructions in a disposable plastic bowl. Stir until well-combined.
3. Pour some of the casting resin into the first window pane. Use the wooden craft stick to spread it, ensuring it covers the entire pane.
4. Cover the resin with the colored glass pieces, ensuring there are as few holes as possible.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the remaining panes.
6. Let the resin dry completely before moving the mosaic window.
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