Stained Glass Painted Easter Eggs at iLoveToCreate
I live in the Bible Belt and just about everybody has a “church home”. And when I was a kid a lot of my friends went to different churches than me. Which meant that I went to lock ins and revivals and evening services all over the place. The one thing I always noticed was just how different the stained glass windows were in each.
I had always loved stained glass since I was as little as I can possibly remember. My father had this brown corduroy type of recliner in the corner and hanging in the pass through were stained glass panels my mom and dad had an artist make for them. I’d lay in that recliner with my head on an arm and my legs hanging on the other side and stare at the light playing through the glass. I’ve loved the stuff ever since.
Stained glass things are neat. Plain and simple. So I made some Stained Glass Painted Easter Eggs over at iLoveToCreate.
And even if you get each kid their own package of $2 eggs and their own $3 set of paint, this project will only cost $5 per dozen (or $7 for two dozen or $9 for thre . And that ain’t bad! So head on over and see how to make these gorgeous guys for Easter!Written by Allison Murray - Visit Website