One of our favorite art activities is creating suncatchers to decorate our windows. If you don't have windows, this works just as well on a wall. Because the adhesive is already on the sticky contact paper, it makes for an easy mess-free way for even young toddlers to create. With summer nearing an end, we decided to make a "fall leaves" suncatcher to welcome the new season.
What you'll need for this activity: Clear contact paper (found in the kitchen aisle of a superstore, at a craft store, or on Amazon); thin flat paper or fabric fall leaves (I found ours at Michaels craft store with the fall table scatter decorations); painter's tape or other non-damaging removable tape; scissors.
What to do:
Note: Most fake fall leaves can be moved around (it will depend on the material the leaves are composed of), making this an activity your child can revisit again and again.
Have you ever made a suncatcher?
Do it yourself
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