The delightful stained glass suncatchers we will make,will brighten up a sunny window,and the good part is that these are inexpensive and simple to make.
Things You Need:
Glass (any size and thickness you wish)
Craft knife(for cutting leads)
Liquid lead(available in bottles and tubes from arts and crafts shop)
Transparent glass paints(available in variety of brands and shades from arts and crafts shop)
Paint thinner(available from hardware stores and are used to thin the tarnsparent glass paints)
Thin marker(for tracing the design on the glass)
Paint brushes of various sizes.
Thin Chain(for hanging the suncatcher)
Choose a template and get it enlarged, the size you want your suncatcher to be.
Once you have your template enlarged,ask your glass merchant to cut the piece of glass,the size slightly greater than your template so that you can get your stained glass suncatcher looped and hanged after its complete,but please make sure to ask your glass merchant to rub the glass edges with the sand stone so as to prevent your hands from cuts.
Clean the glass with glass cleaner.
Once you have your glass and template ready,it's time for copying the template and completing a stained glass painting.