I'm not even going to try to pretend that I have clutter under control. The best I can do at this point is to contain it and to hide it. Mark or I clean out what used to be our bar, (sob, sob...), at least once a month. Before we know it rolls of wrapping paper, board games and table cloths are pushing their way passed the doors. The textured glass doors were not doing a great job of hiding anything either. I needed to make them opaque enough that visitors could not see all of our DVDs and half-used pieces of construction paper. If I find a great product, I'll let you know about it. I remembered a craft spray paint that I used for an image transfer project that I did last year. Krylon Looking Glass paint!

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Ta Da!!!

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You spray the back side of a nice clean piece of glass with a few coats of this and you end up with a very cool antiqued mirror effect! I even did the doors to the big cabinet in our bathroom!

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The effect is interesting but we found that it scratches off easily, so tonight we are going to spray it with some kind of sealer.

How do you hide your stuff? I have a friend that stores bakeware in the oven because she doesn't have enough cabinet space! Leave your good idea on our Fan Page or tweet #nomoreclearglass

Celeste