Feb 07

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Stain Glass Hearts

 How to make:  
Valentines stain glass hearts
You’ll need:
Clear Elmer’s glue
Hear cookie cutter
Food coloring
Tooth pick
Wax paper
  Lay a sheet of wax paper on a piece of cardboard and place the cookie cutter on it.
Squeeze the glue into the cookie cutter till it’s about 1/8″-1/4″ thick.
 Sprinkle glitter and drop a few red food coloring drops
 Using a tooth pick create swirls of coloring around the glue.
 Now leave it in a window or another warm location for 2-3 days to dry.
  Punch a hole for a ribbon and hang in a window.

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  1. Tracy @ Hall of Fame Moms

    Thanks for the idea, I pinned it! Found from the Homeschool Hop.

  2. Jennifer


    These are so cute. I can't wait to show them to Lauren, and I'm sure she'll insist on making some.

  3. Having Fun

    Thanks Jenn, They are easy to do. I had one leak a little under the cookie cutter. I just used scissors to trip it up.

  4. Teresa

    That is such a cute idea. It makes me wish I had a youngster in the house.

  5. Fairyluver

    These came out so cute I love the idea!!
    Also wanted to mention about my art link up I'd love for you to join in on the fun!!!
    P.S. Great blog i just found you while blog hopping!!

  6. Mindie Hilton

    These are so cool! My boys will love this. Thanks for sharing, hope you will share at the Bacon Time Fri-monday linky if you haven't already.

  7. MiaB

    These are too cool!!! And it looks so pretty :) Would really love it if you could share this with us here http://www.mamamiasheart2heart.com/2012/02/sharing-saturday-6.html

    Thanks so much and have a great weekend,

  8. Amy

    No way! That's just glue?! Too too cool! I love how they turned out and it looks like they're such fun to make. I'm thrilled you shared this at Shine on Fridays; hope you'll be back this weekend with more great projects!


  9. Beth (www.livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com)

    This turned out soooooooooooo cool!!! What a neat idea/project!! Seriously, so cool! Thanks for linking up to TGIF =-)

  10. Lindsi B

    Oh NEAT!! Such a great idea! I am pinning this for a future craft with my kiddos. I'd love it if you would share this with my readers for Fun Stuff Fridays. Would you please link up? http://www.toysinthedryer.com/2012/02/14-days-of-valentines-fun-stuff-fridays_10.html

  11. Beth (www.livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com)

    These came out so beautifully!! I love how you used the cookie cutter to get the pretty shape =-) I shared this with my Facebook readers here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Living-Life-Intentionally/261252997248957
    Beth (TGIF)

  12. Amy

    Hey! Just thought I'd let you know you're being featured on One Artsy Mama tomorrow for Shine on Fridays! Thanks for sharing such a great idea!

  13. Having Fun

    Thank you. I appreciate that.

  14. Susie Earning-My-Cape

    I love this!!!
    Thanks for linking with my Super Link Party!

  15. D's_mom

    The first time we tried this, the glue leaked all over even though we were working on a flat surface. The second time, I glued the cookie cutters to the wax paper first and let that dry. Then, we put the glue in the middle and did the glitter and the food coloring. That worked like a charm!

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