Pierced Sun Catcher

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Pierced Sun Catcher
Total Time 30 minutes or less Ages preschooler

These colorful, perforated window decorations can really brighten up a room when sunlight shows through all the pinholes.

What you'll need

  • Card stock
  • Corrugated cardboard
  • Pushpin
  • Thin string or thread

How to make it

  1. To create one, simply cut a sun shape out of the paper or card stock and place it atop the cardboard.

  2. Pierced Sun Catcher - Step 2

    Have your child pierce the paper with the pushpin, creating a pattern of straight lines or swirls.

  3. Loop a piece of string or thread through one of the holes near the top edge of the sun catcher, and it's ready to hang.

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