DIY Stained Glass Windows

We’re putting a Valentine twist on the Tissue Paper and Window Collage over at Filth Wizardry. The colors are just gorgeous and I couldn’t be happier with the finished result.
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The “how-to” over at Filth Wizardry calls for clear glue pens which I haven’t been able to locate. Instead, we used Elmer’s washable school gel (watered down) and foam brushes. The collage has held up nicely so far, let’s hope it lasts through February – we need a pop of color over here!

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This project is being shared over at:
Read Explore Learn — Hodpodge FridaysFingerprints on the Fridge — Preschool CornerLook At Me, I’m So Crafty — Friday Fun Finds Fun For Kids Friday — Friday Craft Day — Kids Get Crafty — C.R.A.F.T. — Tater Tots and Jello — Made by You Monday — Making Monday Marvelous — Making the World Cuter

12 thoughts on “DIY Stained Glass Windows

  1. I love this! Thanks for the link to Filth Wizardry too! That looks like an awesome site as well :) You have found some great ideas out there and I love the twist you always give it!

    Thanks! I think we'll be trying this soon!

  2. Oh how LOVELY! What a pretty window.. we have one that would be REALLY suitable for this kind of craft. LOVELY!!

    Thank you for linking up and sharing it with us!

    Maggy

  3. For me it's a very great activity for your kids. They are exploring their talent and expressing their creativity. Good motivation can also be the key to result this kid of activity.

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