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Million Dollar Suncatcher

Million Dollar Suncatcher
Million Dollar Suncatcher
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Summer crafts for kids that look like a million bucks but cost nothing are a sure-fire way to have tons of fun. The Million Dollar Suncatcher looks absolutely stunning, but it can be produced by a child in preschool. Projects for children should be easy to complete and look impossible to create, and this craft for children does just that. Put these easy paper crafts for kids right up to your window to get the full, gorgeous effect. See your childs design come to life as it catches the sun.

Materials: Paper Crafts, Mixed Media/Miscellaneous

Age Group: Preschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School, Pre-Teens

Time to complete: Under 30 minutes


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Wow, such a stunning project just from baby oil and construction paper! I love how these look and so,simple to make! Imcouldmsee hanging these with some clear fishline in a sunny place, or even just affixing them to the window with some of that clear putty. By using a Q-tip as suggested to make the design dipped in baby oil, you could do symmetrical as shown, but you could also have the kids make their initial letter or draw a pretty flower or butterfly.. So much fun!

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