Busy Hands: Sunshine Suncatcher
Suncatchers are fun to make any time of the year, and kids of most ages can create them. The best part is that you can choose any shape or theme you like. They look great on kids' windows as decor. Our latest craft is this easy to make 'Sunshine' Suncatcher that looks so bright and cheerful!
These are the materials you need to make the Sunshine Suncatcher:
- Yellow craft paper
- Contact paper or sticky paper
- Yellow tissue paper
- Gold glitter
- Glue and scissors
How to make it:
1. Cut out a large circle frame for the suncatcher from the craft paper.
2. Cut out eight strips of the same size to make the sun's 'rays' and glue them on.
3. Use the contact paper to cover the back of the suncatcher.
4. Make little squares from the tissue paper, and stick them on to the contact paper until fully covered.
5. Use tape or hang your suncatcher on the window!
You can also check out our Photo Suncatcher!
Busy Hands is a series about activities and craft
you can do with toddlers and young children.