Tissue paper stained glass

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Tissue paper stained glass

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Until then, we have some colorful tissue paper stained glass kites decorating our windows. This is a super-easy, no-mess craftgreat for little ones and big kids alike! Cut a kite-shape from black construction paper.

Then, cut out the center of the kite, leaving about a 1-inch frame. Tape a piece of clear Contact paper, sticky side up, on the table. Stick your kite frame down and create a design with black paper strips or shapes. You could do traditional cross-shape strips, or something of your own creation.

One of my girls did an abstract line design, and the other cut out a few black hearts for her design. Start covering your kite shape with colored tissue paper squares or pieces. When your kite shape is completely covered with tissue paper, seal with another piece of clear Contact paper.

For best results less wrinkles and troublestick the cover sheet to one end and slowly smooth it down over the tissue paper.

Cut out your kite shape, cutting off the extra paper strips and contact paper. For the tail, staple a piece of yarn or ribbon to the bottom of the kite. We also added a few construction paper flags to our tail — cut out a simple bow tie shape and staple to the tail.

Tape your colorful kites in a window to brighten up a gloomy day. Happy creating with stained glass kites! Pin this post for later: More Tissue Paper Crafts:Teach the meaning of Easter with this Lenten craft.

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Tissue paper stained glass

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Perfect for a Sunday school class or a Christian homeschool group.

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