Easy to make and looks fabulous on your wall!
This not a stained-glass window.No. It's a stained-glass window picture! It looks really effective on a plain- coloured wall like mine! I hope you like the project and I would really like some feedback! :)
Take a sheet of A4 paper, fold it in half and then cut it in half. Put one sheet to the side for now but don't through it away because you'll need it later.
Now fold down the sides of your paper to create 'bars' and do the same at the top. So it should appear to have a border around your paper. These are your guidelines so that your shapes don't get cut into the side of the paper and spilt.
Now, within your 'border' start drawing different shapes. I drew hearts, swirls,circles,rectangles,triangles and even letters! If you're feeling brave then you can just dive straight in and start cutting out freehand shapes.
If you haven't already cut your shapes out cut them out now. Do this by piecing holes in the sides of your shapes with your scissors then cutting carefully around your hand-drawn shapes.
Once you've cut out all of your shapes, start tearing or cutting pieces of tissue paper and sticking them to the back of the shapes. Make sure that they don't overlap.
Next, get the other sheet of paper from earlier and spread lots of glue on it. Stick this to the back of your stained-glass window and stand back and admire your masterpiece!