Stained Glass Art for Kids
Hey there everyone! It’s Sara popping in again from over at Bitz & Giggles! I’m always so happy to come over to Smart School House to share some fun and creativity! I’m super pumped because there is absolutely no more snow in our yard, and the kids’ boots and snow pants are taking a timeout (hopefully a long one) for the next several months. Spring just makes me happy – it’s the return of warmer weather, colorful flowers and ENERGY that you forgot you had inside of you. It’s certainly a time for renewal and a time to refresh.
I love to add pops of color to the house in Spring, and this month I had the perfect project in mind. I remember seeing this Stained Glass Art at my son’s school years ago. To prepare for it, however, the teachers were adding food coloring to empty condiment squirt bottles filled with glue and shaking them like crazy for what seemed like hours to get everything mixed. It looked like quite the process. I loved how their art turned out, but between you and me, that’s just way too much work.
I’m going to show you an easy way to achieve the same stained glass effect without all the muscle and prep.