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She Brushes Cornstarch On Her Windows And The End Result Is Not Obvious

If you have clear windows in your bedroom and you would love some more privacy from the neighbors, then here's a quick and easy DIY hack for you. Annabel Vita lives in the UK and she thought of this amazing and unique project that is very easy to do and pretty cheap as well. The end result would be your windows all covered so that the neighbors don't peep in every now and then, and it wouldn't even burn a hole in your pocket. 

You would need - 

1) Cornstarch jelly - This mixture comprises of cornstarch, boiling water and cold water. 

2) Some lace prints that would look appropriate for your window pane. 

With all these essential items ready, you can now start with your DIY project. 

Via Annabel Vita 

She Brushes Cornstarch On Her Windows And The End Result Is Not Obvious

She Brushes Cornstarch On Her Windows And The End Result Is Not Obvious

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Wouldn't you love it if your clear windows looked like this? 

Wouldn't you love it if your clear windows looked like this? 

Believe it or not, it may look fancy but you can get this job done under one hour. Yes, you heard that right! 

First, you need to paint the cornstarch jelly over the window. 

First, you need to paint the cornstarch jelly over the window. 

The jelly can be prepared by mixing two spoons of cornstarch with an equal amount of cold water. Once you make a clear paste out of this, add a cup and half of hot water. 

Cut your lace sheet into a shape like your window pane. 

Cut your lace sheet into a shape like your window pane. 

It can be square or rectangle but make sure you measure the dimensions before cutting into it. 

Stick the lace over the window pane. 

Stick the lace over the window pane. 

Paint another layer of jelly over the lace to keep it in place. 

The best thing about using lace is that there are no air pockets. 

The best thing about using lace is that there are no air pockets. 

You don't have to worry about awkward bulges here and there in which air is trapped. Lace allows free escape of air bubbles and remains intact in place. 

There it is! 

There it is! 

Leave it to dry for sometime and your project is done! 

Doesn't it look lovely? 

Doesn't it look lovely? 

Your DIY project can be completed in no time. 

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