Stained Glass Sun Catcher
This paper art design brings sunlight into your home. Creating a stained-glass effect doesn't have to be time consuming with this paper craft.
What You'll Need:
- 6 clear plastic plates
- Tissue paper (assorted colors)
- 2 paper clips
- Suction cup with hook
- Glue stick
- Paper punch
How to Make Stained Glass Sun Catcher:
Step 1: Tear several sheets of tissue paper into small pieces. Arrange overlapping pieces on a clear plate, using a dab of glue to hold them in place. Repeat on 2 more plates.
Step 2: Dab more glue over the top of the tissue paper, and lay another plate on top of each finished plate, sandwiching the tissue between the 2 plates.
Step 3: Punch 2 holes in the rim of 2 places, directly across from each other. Punch one hole in the rim of the other plate.
Step 4: Bend open 2 paper clips, and slip one end through the hole in one plate and the other end through one of the holes in the second plate.
Step 5: Slip one end of the second clip into the other hole in that plate and the other end through one of the holes in the last plate.
Step 6: Slide the hook of a suction cup through the last hole for hanging (this is the top of the sun catcher).
Step 7: Press the suction cup to a window, where the sun will shine through the colored tissue.
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