If you are looking for an “at-home” photo project check out this water splash photography video on YouTube.
Finding recycled or repurposed items is my kind of fun, whether I am traveling or searching on online for creative ideas. We repurpose many antiques for modern uses, so finding a use for the old windows left in our 1892 Carriage House felt natural. The windows in our Carriage House aren’t from this house, but from another old building in Flagstaff. For several months, I searched for a creative way to use these windows for my photos and found it on Pinterest. Here is the completed project.
Using a 6-panel window, I spent several hours cleaning the glass and the frame from years of gunk. I purchased strong magnetic clips (Staples) and Neodymium magnets (Home Depot) that would hold magnetically with the glass in between. Since my window panels are square I printed (Walgreens) 8”x8” images to hang in the panels. I liked the empty space around each image as opposed to printing 10”x 10” images. My last task was to add wire to the back of the frame and hang it. Now, above my computer workstation, I have a photo display that is easy to change. I enjoy looking at printed photos to assess if I still like them. So, I’m sure in a few weeks, I will try a few new photos. I also have another window project in process…come back here for an update.