Easter Window Suncatchers
These Easter Window Suncatchers will brighten up any room in the house and also make the kids smile as they point out their creation.
various colored tissue paper
Print the Easter suncatcher patterns that the children want to make.
Print on card stock and cut out. Trace the cutout onto transparency paper then cut the transparencies out.
Cut tissue paper triangles of various sizes and colors. As you arrange them onto each transparency, overlap them. Apply glue to adhere.
Once the cutouts are completely covered with triangles, place each transparency cutout onto the corresponding card stock cutout and glue along the edge to adhere.
Using a hole punch, make a hole at the top center of each suncatcher. Thread baker’s twine through the holes then hang in a sunny window to catch those rays.
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