The sun was shining today, for part of the day at least, which meant our crafting took a Summery turn. Having recently returned from a little holiday we thought it would be fun to make a beach ball sun catcher.
a paper plate
How to make a Beach ball sun catcher
First I drew a rough beach ball shape on the inside part of a paper plate. I carefully cut out the parts where we wanted to add colour.
The 4 year old chose which colours she wanted to use, and cut smaller pieces to fit inside the sun catcher.
I covered the paper plate with sticky contact paperthen she got to work, carefully arranging the colours as she wanted them. When she had finished I covered the other side with more contact paper.
Then we hung it up in the kitchen.