How to Make Suncatchers With the Kids

We’ve had some delicious, sunny days lately, haven’t we? (Perhaps I shouldn’t say that out loud – I’d have to jinx the good weather!) When the sun is shining, it’s hard not to stare out the window and daydream. If your family loves taking in the sunshine, give that view a DIY look by making your own suncatchers. From pressed flowers to melted pony beads, we’ve got a few ideas to get you making just in time for the next sunrise.

Homemade Nature Suncatcher

Look no further than your garden for the supplies needed for this project! Hands On As We Grow shows you how make a set of suncatchers featuring nature’s finest.

Spiral Suncatchers

This suncatcher gets the curvy treatment! North Shore Days uses beads and beading wire to create a curve-loving finished product.

Melted Bead Suncatcher

If you’ve got a lot of pony beads in your craft stash right now, this project is for you! Artful Parent shows you how to turn translucent pony beads and cookie cutters into a really unique set of suncatchers.

Colored Glue Suncatchers

Can glue be turned into a suncatcher? You bet! Time for Play shows you how with this idea.

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