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  • Elizabeth Knight

    creative and easy table card ideas....old window frames written in white marker on clear glass, inventive, different, think outside the box (yep, ALL of this!)

  • Designed4 Home

    ....old window frames written in white marker on clear glass, inventive, different, think outside the box

  • Jenny

    Wedding Windows golddustvintage.com ft worth area rental company

  • A McM

    diy ideas for windows decor (A - use the black window pane in my house)

  • Karen Butcher Cornish

    I like this idea... Old window frames. Great repurposing.

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