How To Make A Easy Stain Glass Vase For Kids


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Some of my fondest memories was making crafts at home especially during the Fall and Winter to give as gifts or to theme the living room. I have always loved the color of autumn leaves ( even though I lived in Southern California where we did not really experience the Fall colors but now that I live in Portland, OR the colors are amazing). Right now outside my office window is a scene of red, orange, and yellow leaves.

Fall is also an emotional time for me since I was married in the Fall 🙂 When I think of special moments I remember having Kleenex on hand so my makeup would not smear before walking down the aisle. I remember giving some Kleenex to my dad too — it was kinda a emotional day.

Here is a picture from my wedding

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To symbolize that special moment I decided to make a craft today mixing my love for Fall and the emotions for my wedding to make a stained glass vase out of Kleenex to give my husband Eric for our upcoming wedding anniversary.

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I went to my local Walgreens to pick up my Kleenex. I also picked up everything else I needed for the craft like markers and glue. My dad’s birthday is coming up so I was able to pick up gift bags and wrapping paper.

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I always like to have Kleenex stockpiled for all my “happy” moments in my life.

This is what you need

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You need – Kleenex, Glass Vase, Fake Flowers, Markers and Glue

Take a few Kleenexes and color each using the markers

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Place glue on the vase and place the colorful Kleenex and that is it! Just wait for the glue to dry for about 1 hour.

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Add your flowers and you are done! I know Eric will love it – it is going in our living room

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