What better way to bring some color into your home or your classroom than to decorate the windows with some colorful suncatcher crafts? We are sharing some truly creative ideas for suncatcher crafts for kids can easily make all year round, from raindrops to colorful jellyfish that will dance on your window. Time to catch those sun rays!
Colorful Suncatcher Crafts for Kids to Make
When it comes to sun catchers, you can make them as simple (with only 2 materials) or as complicated and ornate as you want. I started making some with my children when they were as young as 18 months old! It was so much fun watching them discover textures and how the colors catch the light on their projects. Here are some fun ones that all kids will love. You can always adjust the difficulty level to suite their ages.
Faux Stained Glass Seahorse – Easy Peasy and Fun
Faux Stained Glass Suncatcher Craft – Buggy and Buddy
Crayon Hearts Suncatchers How To – Red Ted Art’s Blog
Suncatcher Jellyfish Kids Craft – I Heart Arts n Crafts
Pretty Nature Collage Art – Hand on as we Grow
Rainbow Heart Sun Catchers – Fireflies and Mudpies
Melted Bead Mobiles – Where Imagination Grows
Flower Suncatcher Craft – Messy Little Monster
Leaf Sun Catcher – Fantastic Fun and Learning
We aren’t done sharing yet! Here are more creative and inspiring crafts that are perfect for every season of the year. All you have to do is go through the list with your kids every week or so and let them pick one to make. They don’t take a long time to make, but they are so beautiful to display and kids will be so proud of their awesome crafts. They might even want to make some as gifts for loved ones!
Spin Art Suncatchers – hello, Wonderful
Nature Suncatcher Craft for Kids – Coffee Cups and Crayons
Faux Stain Glass Heart – Easy Peasy and Fun
Raindrop Suncatchers – Pre-K Pages
Poppy Suncatchers for Preschoolers – Red Ted Art
Eric Carle Inspired Firefly Suncatcher – I Heart Arts n Crafts
Mason Jar Lid Suncatchers – Handmade by Kelly
Tissue Paper Rainbow – Mom Inspired
Heart Tissue Paper Suncatcher – Teaching Mama
Plastic Bead Suncatcher in an Embroidery Hoop Frame – The Artful Parent
Flower Stained Glass Window – The Artful Parent
What do you think? Which suncatcher crafts will you and your kids try first?