You can buy a theatrical color gel sample swatch for very cheap. We took these, cut them into shapes and spray adhesived them onto a round peice of plexi and back lit it with warm LEDS and it looked just like a moon lit stained glass window.
Step 1. Find the shape window you want. It could even just be an old square, wooden framed window pane. Ours was a large circle cut out of plexi and then we made a 'pie' shape and cut out using black electrical tape on the back side. I then used the electrical tape to tape out a spiderweb pattern, but you can divide your window however you would like.
Step 2. Cut the theatrical gel swatches (its what they use to color a theatre light) into random shapes and fill the defined spaces by spray adhesiving it like a mosaic. This is great for kids or helpers who do not have any artistic knowledge
Step 3. Hang it on the wall and back light it.
This adds another touch of realism to your mosoleum.
You can also find cool detailed old frames for pretty cheap. Take out the glass and backing so all you have is the frame. They work great for name plate decor. Attach to the drawer doors before you spray with your hard coat and bingo.
Let me know if you want to do the window thing. I have drawers of gel swatches and I could just send you a couple.
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