Tissue Paper Stained Glass
Tissue Paper Stained Glass is a craft project perfect for all ages!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
- Sharpie Oil Based Paint Markers colors of choice
- Tissue paper cut into small irregularly shaped pieces
- Press and seal cling film found near the foil, NOT the same as saran wrap
- Something to trace like a coloring book or picture
Gently place a piece of cling film over the image you want to trace, sticky side down. Do not press the film onto the image.
Using your Sharpie Paint Marker, trace the image with as much or little detail as preferred.
If your underlying paper is disposable, cut the cling into the shape you want while it is still attached to the paper (it's easier to cut this way), making sure to leave enough around the perimiter of the image to allow the cling to stick to a surface after tissue paper has been added.
Then remove cling and place it sticky side up on your work surface. (If your image can't be cut, carefully pull the cling off and then cut it to size).
Press tissue paper bits into the cling (you have to use a little bit of force) until you have filled the image area.
Press onto a smooth surface like a glass window or door, and enjoy!