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Hold the bracket up to the window and determine the best placement. Mark the location for the eyebolts to suspend the bracket -- one on each side and one at the tip.
Pre-drill holes in the window for the eyebolts. Be careful not to nick the glass with the drill bit.
Install eyebolts in the holes. Drill small holes in the brackets that correspond to the locations of the eyebolts.
String beads onto 19-gauge copper or stainless steel wire. Michele used oversized beads in her project to help conceal the wire and add color to the design.
Run the wire through the holes in the bracket, then through the eyebolt on the window frame. Twist the wire securely around the eyebolt and trim away the excess.
Repeat the process for the other two eyebolts.
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