At my new house, we have a french door in the living room. I like my living room as it gives a lot of natural light which means I don't have to turn on a single light-bulb until the sun goes down. My mother-in-law was pestering us to put something on it to cover up the french door so nobody could see in at night. She was talking about a curtain but I don't really like curtains. So I chose to make the windows frosted instead.
I used Valspar's Frosting spray paint. Valspar usually makes pretty decent paint but I'd assume everyone's frosting spray is about the same.
Even though the spray is "clear" I used painter's tape on it just in-case. It's a pain to put them on all the little strips of wood around each piece of glass.
The spray tells you use about 2 thin coats and you won't get much effect with one thick coat. I ended up using 2 thin coats and a 3rd coat of touch-up. You don't have to wait until it's dry to re-coat which I'm thankful for. It will make your house stink, so get ready to leave and go somewhere for a few hours.
There are a few edges that never quite got there, but nobody is going to be able to see inside now. And Daisy's mom will stop nagging us about it too.