A Happy Accident April 10, 2012 DIY, Eco Friendly Projects, Our House, Outdoors 5 Comments 5999 I was fortunate enough to snag a few antique windows from my friend Amy’s old place (she recently moved and the landlord didn’t want them) with plans to hang them on the porch. Unfortunately during a crazy Spring storm, they took a tumble from the wind and one of the windows lost a glass pane. Oh the horror! Plans ruined…or so I thought. I used some burlap to create a pouch (attached with a staple gun) and planted a lovely little blue plant in the empty pane. I love it so much, I almost want to break more panes….almost. You can see my ceiling project is still in process, but at least the porch is coming along! I still have to paint the ceiling beadboard and trim, then I’ll decide if I want to keep the black hooks or paint them white as well. Perhaps I’ll have this 36 sq ft area finished by winter. 5 Responses Sandy April 10, 2012 such an adorable idea!! Making lemonade out of lemons! You GO GIRL!!! 🙂 Reply Linda April 10, 2012 I have the windows and trying to convince my family this is what I want to do with them. Thank you for having a picture for me to show them. I like what you did with the broken one. Good idea. Take care. Linda Reply rachaelevans April 10, 2012 Thank you so much Linda, good luck convincing your family! Reply Amanda April 10, 2012 Genius! Such a cute idea. Love that wreath on your door, too! Reply DIY Backyard Ideas on a Budget, 20 Easy Projects - Watchmecraft November 27, 2017 […] Windows as Porch Space Dividers […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. CAPTCHA Code * Check here to Subscribe to notifications for new posts Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.