Making your own simulated stained glass designs is easy. Creating designs and patterns takes some patience, but the outcome looks so beautiful. You can make a simulated stained glass piece to give as a gift or to keep for your very own. Either way, you will have a craft that is pleasing to look at and will be admired by all who see it.
Craft Difficulty Rating: Average
You Will Need:
Glass dome or other glass figure
Black permanent marker
The most time-consuming part of making this craft is creating your design with a permanent marker. All of your lines should connect in some fashion, as they would in a real stained glass window. If you want, you can actually create a picture within your lines.
Color each section with watercolors. Bright colors work best for the stained glass look. Allow it to dry completely before picking it up.
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