Stained-glass window Crafternoon

We’re having so much fun with our new weekly Crafternoons. Every Wednesday between 3 and 5PM, we invite kids of all ages to come make an art project with us and enjoy a free cookie. The crowds are beginning to grow, so we might even expand the program this summer. Yay!

This week, we made fancy stained-glass windows from tissue paper, waxed paper and liquid starch. Katie S. was kind enough to send us these great photos from the event.

Our friends Rob and Claire are Crafternoon regulars and wonderful artists.

Miss Susan designs a special art project for Crafternoon every week.

The finished product.

If you missed Crafternoon this week and you’d like to make your own stained-glass window at home, check out this video to see how it’s done:

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One response to “Stained-glass window Crafternoon

  1. It is calming to see the drawings of kids. The finished one is excellent.

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