"Stained Glass" Flower
The European artisans of the Middle Ages crafted intricate works of stained glass to light up windows in castles, cathedrals, and other special places. These amazingly crafted pieces were originally constructed from molten metal and other non-kid friendly items. Seize the spirit of these old-world treasures to design and create a mock stained glass masterpiece that stays true to the look of the art, but is easy enough to make with materials you've got around the home.
Treat mom to a dazzling display of colorful light in her very own castle (her home!) this Mother’s Day by creating a faux stained glass flower. Choose one of her favorite flowers such as a rose, daffodil, or daisy as inspiration, and add on a special message that's just for mom.
What You Need:
- Black construction paper
- White crayon
- Colored acetate or cellophane
- Clear drying, non-toxic glue