I am hoping others will add to this thread. This is the EASY way to come up with Fuzzy windows that one of the vintage Japanese house makers used. No doubt they silk screened (enamel) paint on cellophane and while wet dumped a lot of flocking on the sheets.
This of coursed made lots of windows but doing the windows by hand is time consuming - and inacurate at best. The more I age the shakier I get. So that rount is out. What I have found are the BRAND NEW just out PETE Oehman paper mullion windows. I discovered I could paint them in enamel paints and flock them and put red cellophane behind them and VOILA Fuzzy Window! They look great though the mullions are a bit overscale to the originals this is the best way to do it. Try it you'll like it!
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