We love making homemade crafts with things we already have around the house. Especially in the summers when the kids get bored.
What I love about this easy craft is you can make any shapes, patterns and colors you want. Make it a rainbow or stick with just a few colors…and if you have cookie cutters or stencils, you can create any shape you want!
These project ideas keeps the kids entertained for hours.
But don’t just stick them on your windows…make extras, hole punch the bottom, add ribbon and make kites!
Your kids can fly around the house, chasing each other with their newly made, beautiful kites!
DIY Tissue Paper Suncatchers
- Red, yellow, blue, orange, and pink tissue paper cut into small 1″ squares
- Glue stick (here’s a pack of 6 for $2.99 on Amazon)
- Wax paper
- Mod Podge
- Paint sponge
- Clear tape
- Various cookie cutters (I used butterfly and flower shape as shown, but you can also use stars, hearts, crosses, rainbows etc)
Directions: How to Make Tissue Paper Suncatchers
Step 4: Let dry several hours.
Step 6: Peel the wax paper from the back of the shape and affix to the a window using clear tape.
*Cookie cutters are optional if you’d like to cut out your own shapes.