I painted this rather large window by copying a window I had once seen in a chapel. I attached 2 picture hangers to the back and it now hangs over the piano in our childrens' playroom.
Obviously, I was going through a very "red" phase when I painted this one. I did end up selling it at a craft show so I suppose someone saw the beauty in it! Usually I don't paint the frames themselves; sometimes I just sand the rough edges down a little. It is awfully tempting to peel the cracked paint off but that should be avoided due to the probability of lead paint being present (keep cracking pieces away from children).
Stained glass paint can be used on new windows too. The master bathroom door in our first home was a French door (why I picked that out I'll never know) and we shortly realized that no matter how much we loved each other, a little privacy is a good thing! So I painted the windows. The paint is totally removable and each section comes off in a sheet.
I flipped when I saw this window in a store called Eggcentricities in Bluffton, South Carolina! I just had to have it. I remember I was with a friend (you know who you are!) and she gave me this look and asked "where would you put that?!?" So, rather than risk explaining that I really didn't have a place for it but that polka-dotted chickens were my thing, I didn't buy it then. I called back later and had it shipped to me. Now it's hanging over the changing table in my daughter's room and I must say it looks so cute! Each one of our kids has loved making chicken sounds as they looked at the bright hens while getting their diaper changed.