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Measure Windowsill

Measure the dimensions of the windowsill. Make sure to begin with a fairly thin-gauge copper, such as 22.

Step 2

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Mark Measurements

Mark the measurements on the copper.

Step 3

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Score Copper

Score the copper with a knife or blade.

Step 4

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Bend and Break Copper

Bend and break copper to size by hand.

Step 5

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Create a Bend

After cutting the copper to size, slide it in the hand brake and pull the bar down to create the bend. Repeat as necessary.

Step 6

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Place Copper on Windowsill

Apply carpenter's glue to the windowsill. Place the copper sill into place and press down.

Step 7

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Nail Copper Into Place

Nail it into place using copper nails.