Stained Glass Cross Craft

This Stained Glass Cross craft is perfect for kids of all ages and ideal for an Easter craft.

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I love craft projects that I can do with both of my boys.  Stained Glass Crosses is a craft project that all ages can help with and the results are spectacular!  I think this is a great project to do for Easter and the crosses look beautiful on our sliding glass door.

Materials Needed:

  • tissue paper – variety of colorswax paper
  • white glue
  • popsicle stick
  • craft knife
  • scissors
  • cross template (or just draw your own)
  • helpers

Directions:

Find a helper to tear tissue paper into small pieces. Roll out a piece of wax paper that is double the width of the template.

Spread glue onto half of the wax paper using a popsicle stick.

Piece by piece add the tissue paper until all the glue is covered.

Spread glue onto the other half of the wax paper and fold over on top of the tissue.

Smooth the paper and let dry.  I like to put something heavy on top so it dries nice and flat.

Print out the template and cut out the crosses.  I used a craft knife.

Run a thin line of glue around the perimeter of the crosses on the back of the paper.

Turn the paper over and glue it to the wax paper.  Let dry.

Cut out around the crosses and tape to a well-lit window and enjoy!

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Comments

  1. These are the PERFECT Easter craft project for all of us. Thank you for sharing and reminding me of how beautiful this project really is!

  2. Love it! I have used contact paper before for the same effect but this is no fun with little ones. I am going to use this with my Wed. night preK class. Thanks!

  3. These are really beautiful! I’ve been looking for a Easter project that my boys could do together (they are 12 and 3 so it’s hard to find something). I think this will be the perfect thing!

  4. Thats a new way to me for doing the stained glass. I like it.

  5. The perfect Easter craft for spring break! My kids did something similar at school though I love the green frame on yours.

  6. Love this!!! They came out really nice! We are hosting a party today and would love to have you stop by and share this!!
    Have a great weekend!
    Cari
    twosasters.com

  7. These are so beautiful! I was stunned to see they were made by children! Nice job and super simple!

  8. Very, very nice. I love them. Happy Easter! Linda

  9. Such a fun project! I’m loving your Easter posts! Will you link them up to my Springtime Holiday Link party? I’d love to have you again! –Michelle
    http://michellepaige.blogspot.com/2012/02/springtime-holiday-link-party.html

  10. Great tutorial and thank you for sharing!

  11. These will work great for my CCE class – pinning it!

    Come link it up at http://sassypantsstudio.blogspot.com/2012/04/sassy-sunday-bloghop-9-and-surprise.html

    Cheers – Jen

  12. I really love projects that little ones can get involved with, and this is perfect. I’ll be giving it a try this week with my three year old.
    I’d like to invite you to come link these and any of your creative projects up at my *Get Creative* linky party!
    http://www.justalittlecreativity.com/2012/03/get-creative-linky-party-6-and-fabulous.html
    Hope to see you there!
    -Molly

  13. Thee turned out beautiful. I absolutely love them, and I appreciate the clear instructions. Thanks!

  14. This is so darling!! Hope you can link it up at my turquoise lovin’ party!! (accept all other projects too) http://www.sweetlittlegals.com

  15. I’ve done projects similar to this before. They look fabulous!
    Thanks for linking up to this week’s Catch a Glimpse Party. I will be featuring these tomorrow!

  16. Just saw this was featured on It’s Overflowing last week. Soooo cool! I’ll have to make these next year with my little guy.

    Erin
    takingtimetocreate.blogspot.com

  17. Anonymous says:

    Made these with my 5 year old granddaughter, her Mom, and her Nanny…we had lots of fun and they came out wonderfully…all 4 different. Gave one to her 84 year old grand aunt and it is hanging on her window in the nursing home…truly brightens up the room. Thank you so much for the idea and instructions. God bless, Sally

  18. His dessert looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing! for coming to our “Strut Your Stuff Saturday.” We hope you’ll be back soon! -The Sisters

  19. I Love these! I really want to do this with my grandson! I’m pretty sure I have all the materials too! Thank you :))))

  20. Great idea! I was looking for something to do with seniors and this is a perfect Easter project. Thanks

  21. Roberta J. Smith says:

    Thank you so much, Trish, this has so many uses for so many different occasions and holidays. And for so many ages. Bryce did a beautiful job on his rainbow!!!

  22. Thanks for this creative idea! I did this with my son today.

  23. Absolutely love these, thanks! Trying them out before I have my art class at our homeschool group do them and had a couple questions. I think with the first one I used too much glue cause it was very flimsy, lol. How long do they take to dry (at the stage before they get glued to the crosses)? Are you using construction paper for the cross templates or a more heavy duty paper? Thanks! :)

  24. Carlena says:

    Thank you so much for this Easter craft! Love it!

  25. Awesome idea, love it! Will share with the children ministry at my church. But what a great idea, Thanks for sharing. :-)

  26. Nicole Auld says:

    Thank you for sharing. We will be doing these as a family!

    In England,
    Nicole Auld

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