Contact Paper Suncatcher

Contact Paper Suncatcher

Lots of great ideas gathered on this page. This picture is a Sun-catcher made with clear contact paper and tissue paper!

Melted Bead Suncatcher.  Arrange single layer of transluscent pony beads in muffin tins or cake pan.  Bake in oven at 400 for 25-30min (open all windows) or bake outside in grill or toaster oven.

A Mobile from Melted Plastic Bead Suncatchers

Melted Bead Suncatcher DIY Baby Mobile another take on melted pony bead sun catchers

Tissue Paper Suncatcher- inspired by

Tissue Paper Suncatcher- inspired by

Melted Bead Suncatchers-  very cute and long lasting- I always have been skeptical of melting plastic inside- good suggestions include using a grill outside or toaster oven outside to avoid plastic smell

Melted Bead Suncatchers :: How to Make Them with Pony Beads

Melted Bead Suncatchers melt beads in a muffin tin (prefer on a grill outside of toaster oven outside to avoid burnt plastic smell)

We decided to make some frames from card stock and drew out some irregular shapes.   Once the frames were cut out we placed them onto contact paper.  Then it was time to fill in our gallery with snipped drinking straws pieces.  Putting the contact paper frames up in the window, with the light shining through, creates a beautiful effect. The contact paper is strong enough to hold the straws in place, but it’s very easy to peel them off, move them around and try different arrangements.

Use contact paper as a removable / changeable art, add a border and wallah.

Beautiful art project for kids! DIY Sunburst paintings from #KIdsStuffWorld

DIY: sunburst paintings

DIY Sunburst Paintings – Back-to-school Art – Math-Inspired Watercolor Painting…

We did a fun new stained glass art project after school yesterday using colored index dividers and Sharpies. Our dining room window is now filled with brightly colored modern stained glass art, sunflowers from Maia's garden, and the two melted bead stained glass pieces that never popped out of their cookie cutters (they are perfect... Read More »

Kids Stained Glass Art Project with Index Dividers