Stained Glass Paper Window Art ~ Bunny and Eggs for Easter

Now that Valentine’s Day is over {you can read all about our party here} it’s time to start crafting and getting ready for Easter and spring.

To get you started, I’ve put together a fun tutorial for you. These window decorations would look lovely in your home, classroom or even a store window. Have fun crafting!

Stained Glass Eggs and Bunny for Easter

Stained Glass Easter

Pin it here.

 

Supplies

 

1. Cut out the egg and bunny templates. Trace the bunny and two of each egg on the black paper.
Click on the green links for templates: Stained Glass Easter Eggs and Stained Glass Easter Bunny

Stained Glass Easter

2. Cut out the black bunny and eggs.

Stained Glass Easter

3. Choose a coloful piece of vellum paper.

Stained Glass Easter

4. Lay it on top of the egg and trace out a piece large enough to cover the opening.

Stained Glass Easter

5. Apply glue around the edges of the vellum and attach to egg.

Stained Glass Easter

6. Apply glue to the matching black egg cut-out and place on top.

Stained Glass Easter

7. Eggs and Bunny are ready to be hung in the window.

Stained Glass Easter

Stained Glass Easter

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4 comments to Stained Glass Paper Window Art ~ Bunny and Eggs for Easter

  • This is so beautiful & smart idea.. Thanks for sharing!!

  • Monica

    Thanks for the kind words. :)

  • Thanks so much for sharing this great idea for making a stained glass look. Just this week, I was “googling” how to make “stained glass” from craft items ’cause I think we used to do paper stained glass in Sunday school when I was little but I don’t really remember how we did it. I did not see any other tutorials using the vellum. I think your idea of the vellum is great because it gives a really classy look to the project. I saw your fun post over at “Wow Us Wednesday”

  • Monica

    I’m so glad you popped on over to check out the tutorial, Kitty! I’d love to hear (or see) how your project turns out.

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