How To Make A Easy Stain Glass Vase For Kids

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FINAL Tissue Vase

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


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.

Tissue Vase

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.


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

This is what you need

tissue Vase 3

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

Take a few Kleenexes and color each using the markers


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.


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


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