The calendar says that it is Spring, but the view outside my window tells a much different story. It looks like winter had one more good-bye for us, after all.
The prospect of (yet another) winter storm when the kids and I are craving spring flowers and sunshine was as good of an excuse as any for a super colorful art project.
I have been wanting to try this stained glass inspired art I’ve seen all over Pinterest (I had a bit of trouble tracking down the original source, but I finally did! You can see the original post here at the 2Me4Art blog – isn’t Sophie’s piece just lovely? Note in the comments that her project is NOT on wax paper, as so many Pinterest pins suggest, but regular old craft paper.)
I decided we would give faux stained glass art a try and put our own glittery spin on it.
So, on Sunday afternoon when the toddler was asleep, I brought the Sharpie markers and craft paper to the craft table and invited the kids to help me create some “faux” stained glass art for our kitchen door.
It might be snowing again, but that doesn’t mean I have to look at it, ha ha ha! Here’s to controlling the view, friends!