Stained Glass Hearts Suncatcher

 

Today, you can find me guest posting over on Red Ted Art for the 31 Days of Love series.

For this special occasion, E and I made a Stained Glass Hearts Suncatcher with crayon shavings! It’s a basic technique that you’ve probably tried before, most likely when you were a kid {although I personally had NEVER done it before} – but it was really fun, and the suncatcher is so pretty! We made a fairly big one but you could try a smaller version for a beautiful Valentine’s decoration that comes together quite quickly.

 

Valentine's Decorations for Kids: Stained Glass Hearts Suncatcher

 

Click over to Red Ted Art to see how we did it!

 

Valentine's Decorations for Kids: Stained Glass Hearts Suncatcher

 

For another type of Valentine’s suncatcher, try this Tissue Paper Stained Glass Heart that E made two years ago.

Or check out these 10 Heart Crafts and Activities for Toddlers for more simple, last minute Valentine’s decorations!

 

 

 

Have you tried the melted crayon shaving technique? What’s your favorite kind of suncatcher? Leave a comment below – and feel free to leave a link if you’ve written about it!

 

 

 

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