Create your own dinosaur suncatcher with your kids and decorate their bedroom window, or all the windows in your home! I tried this cute project with my three year old and she really loved it (we now have a rainbow one in our bedroom too). She loved painting the glue on the plastic and sticking the paper on, but most of all she loves seeing her art lit up by the sun in her bedroom window.
What you need:
A clear sheet of plastic - I used an old damaged cello bag
Paint brush (not a good one, if the glue dries your paint brush will be ruined)
I also added a googly eye
What to do:
1. Tear up the tissue paper into small pieces, you can get your child to help with this, or you can cut it with scissors
2. Draw out your dinosaur on one side of the clear plastic with whiteboard marker - I kept the shape very simple, but if your kids are older you can make it more complicated. If you make a mistake you can easily wipe it off.
3. Paint PVA glue on to the other side of the plastic (the one you didn't draw on)
4. Stick pieces of tissue on the glue
5. I twisted up a piece of tissue to use as a smile
6. Add googly eyes and let it all dry
7. Stick it to your window with clear tape
You can make any shape you like, we also made a rainbow