Friday

Lovely Stained Glass Windows


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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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12 comments:

  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!

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  2. so cool. I'm going to have to try this as well!

    xo
    Mer

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  3. 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

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  4. It's good to see that a little girl gives effort to design their windows. You can see the hard working and creatively of this girl. I think if I'm the mom of this child, I'm proud of her.

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  5. 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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  6. That's nice. This is really a great activity for kids. It develops their creativity.

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  7. I'm envious. I never developed that much creativity and artistry, even at my age. Great work on the kids there=)

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  8. Does the paper come off easily after you finish?

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    1. Hi Ashley! I think I replied to you via email a while ago, but just in case anyone else is wondering...yes! The glue is water-soluble and the whole thing came off VERY easily with a wet sponge.

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  10. Love this idea. When I have a big window to work with, I am going to do this with my little girl!

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