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Colorful window art on contact paper from Mama's Little Muse

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Play Create Explore: Contact Paper Collage....instead of gluing objects to paper, use contact paper instead (which is already adhesive) and have your toddler just stick items to it! I can't wait to try this with G!

Fall window art with contact paper and nature

Window art...tissue paper with black paper. Beautiful to brighten up those cold dreary grey Winter days! Do in any shape you wish. You can use clear contact paper on the black frame, then stick the tissue paper to the contact paper. Easy for kids! Older kids can use a Sharpie marker to draw abstract designs onto the contact paper as shown in the photo.

"stained glass" window decorations made from tissue paper and contact paper

colored sand on contact paper = cool toddler craft! gonna talk about God thinking of you more than the grains of sand.

Ever added drinking straws to contact paper? My kids love it because they can stick some art, change it, make some more.

DIY. Mark off letters and peel off after kids have painted!

Beautiful!! Easy Contact Paper Mandalas - this looks like a great project to make and send to our sponsored children