It is always nice to try old crafts in a new way.  We have made quite a few sun catchers over the last few years, but this glue sun catcher is completely different in every way.

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To make your own glue sun catcher you will need:

  • A plastic lid*
  • PVA glue
  • Food colouring or liquid watercolour
  • Toothpick

*one like the top of a Pringles pack or the lid of a take away box.  It needs to have some sort of rim to stop the glue spilling out.

Cover you lid with a layer of glue; you don’t want it to be too thick or too thin.

Drip some different colours of food colouring/ liquid watercolours onto the glue.

Use your toothpick to swirl the colours together.  However don’t mix them too much or you will end up with a brown muddy colour.  As it dries you should see the colours spread anyway.

Then leave it to dry, it may take over 24hrs to completely dry, but when it has completely dried you should be able to peel it off.

You can either make a hole in the top of your sun catcher or you maybe able to stick it directly to the window.

The only thing I will say about this craft is that you need to make sure you have plenty of plastic lids so that you can a few at the same time.

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How to make a glue sun catcher. Kids craft