Legacy Project Homepage
Learn more about the LegacyCubed concept and the Legacy Project
Legacy Project
Spacer
Home
spacer
About the Legacy Project
spacer
Programs
spacer
Community Outreach
spacer
Activities and Guides
spacer
Books and Products
spacer
Legacy Center
spacer
Sign up now for the Legacy Project e-Newsletter

Find out about the books that go with activities

Legacy Project Homepage
Spacer
Legacy Project
Activity

STAINED GLASS STAR

This simulated stained glass star looks pretty when the light shines through

Make a wish upon a star! If it happens to be daylight, you can still have a star handy by making this simulated stained glass star to hang in your window. It's also a great gift younger children can make very easily. The stained glass star pattern is inspired by the star on the cover of Dream.

Use crayons to color in the stained glass star pattern in a variety of bright colors. Choose colors that make the star stand out. Cut out the rectangular-shaped pattern.

Using a cotton ball, rub vegetable oil on the back of the pattern. Lay it flat, crayon side down, on a pile of newspapers to dry.

Once it's dry, you can tape the stained glass star in a window. It will look very pretty when the light shines through.

© SV Bosak, www.legacyproject.org

Materials
spacer

Star Pattern

Star Pattern
  (PDF requires
  Adobe Acrobat)

Wax crayons
Scissors
Cotton balls
Vegetable oil
Newspapers

Connections
spacer

Families
Schools (art)
Youth groups

Home Order Contact FreeBooks Tell a Friend Policies Site Map Twitter Legacy Project @legacycubed Facebook Legacy Project - LegacyCubed LinkedIn Legacy Project - LegacyCubed YouTube Legacy Project - LegacyCubed Legacy Project e-Newsletter