This black one is for my parents.
This one if for the girls' bathroom. Their bathroom is accented with black and white with cream walls. I chose a bright color and whimsical fabric to make the room more youthful.
Thanks for the comments everyone! Monica - thank you for the link to the french door tutorial. She definitely deserves the credit for this idea. Here is the window on the wall in the bathroom:
I just screwed some hooks onto the back and used the wall hooks that hold up to 25 lbs to hang this. Sarah, I first did a light sanding on the window frame and then painted it with e semi-gloss. Following that I sanded the edges down a little bit. The window had been painted white before so some of showed through after I lightly sanded it. I liked that. For the photos...I bought a large poster size card stock from Hobby Lobby. I then measured the window size using a piece of paper, cut it and then used that for the template to trace and cut my card stock squares. I cut the fabric squares a little larger than the card stock and then hot glued them to the card stock. The photos being level really was trial and error - I am decent at "eye balling" that thankfully. I adhered them to the fabric squares with a few pieces of double sided tape (I didn't want to do anything too permanent). Once placed in the window panels, I tacked in one framing nail in each opening to secure the picture. Hopefully this makes sense...next time I will do a better job of documenting the process!