Tissue Paper Stained Glass Window

craftcartwright Crafts, Parenting 1 Comment

It’s a good job I became a mum as it’s given me a chance to use up many of the materials I’ve been hording in my craft stash. Plus revisit crafts and activities I used to love when I was a child. One of my favourites was making Tissue Paper Stained Glass Window decorations. Now I’ve a son who also loves to craft, so I may be bidding farewell to the craft materials sooner than I thought!

What you need for this activity

  • Dark card – pre cut into a window shape for younger children
  • A selection of tissue paper and cellophane
  • Tape
  • Scissors

 

Cut the cellophane and tissue paper to just larger than the pre-cut shapes and use tape to attach them to the back of the dark card frame.

 

 

 

 

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Tissue Paper Stained Glass Window
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Tissue Paper Stained Glass Window
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It's a good job I became a mum as it's given me a chance to use up many of the materials I've been hording in my craft stash. Plus revisit crafts and activities I used to love when I was a child. One of my favourites was making Tissue Paper Stained Glass Window decorations.
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Craft with Cartwright
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