Autumn Stained Glass Leaves

 

 

 

 

 

My daughter and I created these fun autumn stained glass leaves! Here is the tutorial for how to make this simple yet beautiful craft:

Materials you will need:

  • black card stock paper
  • colorful tissue paper
  • scissors
  • tape
  • white school glue
  • gold glitter

How to Make Autumn Stained Glass Leaves

To make these autumn stained glass leaves, start with black card stock paper. Draw a maple leaf in pencil. (It is easier if you fold the paper in half so that the sides are symmetrical.) Poke your scissors through the center of the leaf, cutting out the inside.

On the back of the black card stock paper, tape a piece of tissue paper on all four sides. You can choose orange, red, yellow, brown, or green.

Turn the paper right-side up. With white school glue, draw the veins of the leaf. Then outline the leaf on the black edge of the card stock paper.

Shake gold glitter all over the leaf. it should completely cover the glue.

Pick up the paper and allow all the excess glitter to fall off. Your autumn stained glass leaves are finished. Allow them to dry before taping them to a window.

 

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10 Responses to “Autumn Stained Glass Leaves”

  1. Great idea! Thanks for sharing, Susan!

  2. I love this process. Seems so very simple yet with such a great outcome! Visiting from UBC and I’m glad I did!!

  3. Joanne says:

    I love these. They are beautiful. My kids would have so much fun making them. Thanks for the tutorial.

  4. Ooooh, this is lovely and sparkly!

    Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

    Wishing you a lovely weekend.
    xoxo

  5. These are really pretty! I know we have black paper and tissue paper, but I’ll have to check on the gold glitter. My 16 year old is glitter-phobic, and he hid all the “Satan’s sprinkles” that we had.

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