Ever since we did a heart-shaped sun catcher craft as part of our MoMs group Valentine's Day party, I've been anxious to use more contact paper. I love the smooth feel of it...and it's not even very messy!
To welcome spring, we made a rainbow.
The girls started by applying different colors of tissue paper to our rainbow-shaped paper.
I then put their completed rainbows on a larger sheet of contact paper, and cut around it.
We talked about needing a mix of rain and sun to make a rainbow, so we made a fluffy cloud [cotton balls on white card stock] for one side of the rainbow...
...and a multi-rayed sunshine for the other side.
Here are our final products!
And the girls were so excited to see I'd hung them on the window during nap time!
[Just don't tell them that this rainbow craft was originally planned for St. Patty's Day, but Mommy ran out of time. Rainbows and spring...that's believable, right???]
Linking up with Charlene at Adventures-in-Mommy-Land for Hey, Mom! Look What I Did! Pop on over for some great crafting inspiration!