Both of the girls are so proud of how their beautiful stained glass snowflakes turned out, and they were so easy (and frugal) to make! Clara was delighted to have a go at this craft, and gave a huge smile when she saw her finished work on display in the window.
Using a snowflake-shaped cookie cutter as a pattern, trace the outline onto black construction paper. Older kids can do this themselves, or even for a younger sibling too. You didn’t think I did all that tracing myself, did you?
Cut out the snowflakes, and place on top of a sheet of clear contact paper with the sticky side up. Invite your child over to sprinkle the snowflakes with tiny pieces of tissue paper. Clara was so happy to do this!
Encourage your child to cover all the snowflakes with the tissue paper confetti.
Cover with another sheet of clear contact paper over top, and trim the edges. Hang in a bright window!
Beautiful! Have fun!!