Since we've moved into our new house, we've had to endure a lot of changes. One of those changes include new neighbors. We've got great ones, ones that have brought over housewarming presents (yes, really!) as well as muffins and treats for the kids, I can't complain.
But we also live in a small town, which means everybody knows your business. Not that I have anything to hide, but I appreciate some privacy, without losing the light (originally there was a homemade curtain there.) Thanks to Sarah and Allison, I too, wanted to "frost" up my kitchen door window using as little money as possible.
Before, the neighbors had a great view into the hub of our home, the kitchen:
With some pointers from the DIY gals (and a few tools) I was able to get that privacy for about $5. Yes!
All I purchased was clear contact paper, cut the paper to size, sprayed the window with glass cleaner (to move it around) used a grocery card to get the bubbles out and voila, instant privacy!
|Yes, looks like something under a microscope...|
I'm linking up to Sarah's Before & After party and Allison's Hookin' Up with HOH, join the fun!