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Toddler Window "Stained Glass"

Toddler Window
This is an easy and fun project you can set up for your toddler to discover.

How We Did It

Toddler Window

First, I gathered my supplies. I decided to use a flower design. I made a quick template on card stock so they would all be about the same size and dimensions.

Toddler Window
I traced my flowers onto the non-sticky side of the shelf liner with different colored sharpie pens. You could really do any shape. Use whatever your child is interested in: trucks, animals, spaceships, princess crowns, etc.
Toddler Window
Next, I made tissue paper scraps. These stick easily to the shelf liner or contact paper. You could use any lightweight paper or craft item (pom poms, for example, work well).
Toddler Window
I put the tissue paper scraps in a little container on the window sill, just below where I taped my shelf liner with the flower shapes.
Toddler Window
I peeled off the paper backing on the shelf liner and, using painter's tape, secured the top and bottom of the shelf liner to a window.
Toddler Window
I didn't even have to explain it to my little guy. He began to explore right away. In addition to putting the tissue paper scraps on the flowers, he spent some time pressing his hands onto the shelf liner, exploring the sticky feel of it.
Toddler Window
Here are his finished "stained glass" creations.
Toddler Window
We left them up to decorate our windows for a while. They look so colorful and pretty.

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