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What is the best method to printing faux stained glass?

I am creating some very large faux stained glass windows for my lodge. We cant afford real glass yet (working on raising funds)
is there a specific backlit printing method that works better than others?

Photographic transparency produces the best result.
Using the plastic material that makes "glass" and "lead came" lines is probably better than printing for back lighting (paper seams will show on back lighting)
Personally, unless you are spending the money for fluorescent back lighting for eventual use with the stained glass and will retain it, a considerable expense, you would be better off if you are going to print the pattern to print it to good quality paper and light that from the front.

And if I can be mildly negative, perhaps the money being considered for back-lit real glass windows that will never see the glorious effects of sunlight on stained glass might better be spent on community projects by your lodge that would enhance its reputation and the civility of your town.

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