This is such an easy project and I have done it many times with children of various ages! You will need to help younger children, however this is a project that is actually fun for the entire family!
- colored construction paper
- several colors of tissue paper
- clear or opaque contact paper
- safety scissors
The contact paper has adhesive on one side, eliminating the need to use glue and enabling you to place the finished creations on the window without having to use tape or any additional material. Contact paper can be easily obtained at any craft store.
Older children can do this project independently, but for infants and toddlers, the following materials should be prepared before the little ones begin.
Construction Paper Shape
Determine what you would like your stained glass object to be. It can be something simple, like a geometric shape, or something more complex, like a sun, flower or butterfly, for example.
Draw your shape onto the construction paper. Remember, the center area is where the faux stained glass will be. So whatever shape your object takes, it must be hollow.
Put your design on a piece of clear contact paper and fill your design in with the tissue paper. (leave enough paper around the edge of your design to adhere to the window). After you have filled in your empty spaces, attach to a sunny window and enjoy!!
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