Old/Antique Window turned Bathroom Sign

I am so excited to show you my antique window sign. I found an old antique window at an antique store for $10.00. I had never seen one so small before and I liked the look the black paint around the inside edges gave it. It kind of looks like smoke damage. I think it adds to the character of it. Antique/old windows are EVERYWHERE right now and are the hot home decor piece to have. They will be easy to find if you decide you want one, too.

{Texas Craft House} Old Window turned Bathroom Sign

I used my Cricut and vinyl to make letters to stick onto the window. I chose the phrase “so fresh and so clean clean” after seeing a similar sign on Pinterest. I thought it would be perfect in my guest bathroom. You can change up the saying or vinyl color to fit what you want.

{Texas Craft House} Old Window turned Bathroom Sign

After the cricut cut the letters I laid out the pieces on the window to see how I wanted them to be stuck on the glass.

{Texas Craft House} Old Window turned Bathroom Sign

Then I started peeling and sticking. If I made a mistake I just took it off and put the letters in a different spot. Easy peasy!

 {Texas Craft House} Old Window turned Bathroom Sign

Here is a picture of it in my guest bathroom. I love it!

{Texas Craft House} Old Window turned Bathroom Sign

I think it adds a little personality to the house. I almost did the saying “please seat yourself” like an old restaurant sign. That would of looked good too! Whenever we have guests over this sign always turns into a conversation piece.

{Texas Craft House} Old Window turned Bathroom Sign

{Texas Craft House} Old Window turned Bathroom Sign

Are you looking for another window repurposing idea? Check out Elisabeth’s post of her own DIY Window Repurposing here. She used a large window as a wedding photo frame and it is gorgeous!

What ideas have you seen or used to re-purpose old windows?

{Texas Craft House} Cassie

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