Craft Spotlight: My Garden Stained Glass Frames

2014-03-31-FeatureImageBeautiful stained glass frames can be made by cutting out bits of 15257 Stained Glass Paper to fill in the gaps of the frame design. We got some great shots of the Art Campers hanging up the 52089 My Garden Stained Glass Frames in the garden!

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The My Garden Stained Glass Frames come in 8 designs. Your students can choose between a bee, spiderweb, dragonfly, butterfly and various flower designs! These Stained Glass Frames feature pre-punched holes, so you can hang your students’ finished frames from the ceiling in your classroom.

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First, trace the gaps of the stained glass frames onto a sheet of Stained Glass Paper. Cut a bit of a border around the outline. Spread some glue around the border and press onto the back of the stained glass frame.

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Be sure to change up the colors of the stained glass paper that you use. That way, the design will really stand out!

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