Leaf stained glass effect decoration.

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stained glass leaf

Yellowmoon sent us a leaf stained glass effect decoration kit to review. Ellie couldn't wait to get stuck into these. We really love arts and crafts a lot. Especially Autumnal arts and crafts because it's our favourite time of year.

stained glass leaf

First of all we took everything out of the packet to see what the kit contained. It contained cardboard shaped leaves, in three assorted designs, some ribbons, some sheets of coloured cellophane.

stained glass leaf from baker ross reviewWe pushed out the patterns in the leaf, ready to stick our coloured cellophane on. We used PVA glue to stick the cellophane paper onto the cardboard leaf. 

Ellie enjoyed cutting out the cellophane and sticking it onto the back to leaf! Ellie realised it didn't need to be neat because it was the back of the leaf. So she happily stuck her cellophane shapes onto the back of the leaf, making a pretty pattern.

"There's so many Autumn colours" Ellie told me! She was excited to use purple, purple is her favourite colour!
Ellie took her time making her leaf and creating a pretty effect. She really enjoyed making stained glass leafs.
 Priced at just £3.99 for a pack of 6, they are well worth the money. They kept Ellie entertained for quite some time and are perfect for a rainy day activity! I also feel these would make a lovely gift for any child who loves arts & crafts.

They look so pretty hanging up on the kitchen window. Perfect for our favourite time of year and a lovely Autumn decoration.

Sarah xXx



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28 comments

  1. These look really pretty, we've done stained glass pictures for Christmas but I've never thought of doing them for autumn :)

    #pocolo

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  2. It looks great, hope there's lots of sunlight to come to shine through the cellophane. I'm sure we used to do something similar when we were kids but we used the sweet wrappers from quality street etc! Always frugal and you got to eat the chocolates too, but we probably only ever did this in January !!

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  3. With half term coming up and me not being very crafty at all, my daughter loves arts and craft and this is something she would love to do over the holidays :-) x

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  4. How beautiful - especially for the autumn season too. Carson would relish in making stuff like this. x

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  5. We recently made on of these, not the same shape. It so much fun and it hangs in our kitchen window. It looks lovely and its not hard to make. Ellie looks so happy with what she has made. x

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  6. Wow it's absolutely lovely, I'm not crafty but I think even I could do this. Thanks!

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  7. Ive not heard of yellowmoon before, but we have recently made some rocket shaped ones of these which my little boy loves. I really like the leaves though :) your daughter looks very proud of herself :) x

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  8. These look great when I caught a view of them on social media. I reckon N would really like to make them too.

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  9. Wow, this little craft looks so great! Autumn is such a lovely time to get all crafty, great post. Ray xx #pocolo

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  10. Oh wow that looks lovely! What a fun kit, thanks for linking up to #Picknmix
    Stevie x

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  11. These look really simple craft-wise, so much so I think they may even be me-proof! At 3.99 they're quite good value too. I've only ever done stained glass stuff before for Christmas but the leaf is gorgeous! Really nice decor (and a good rainy day activity to boot!).

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  12. What a fab autumn Craft idea! I'll be pinning this to my pinterest board. Thanks for sharing. Angela

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  13. That is so beautiful. Definitely one of those crafts that is a 'keeper'. Thank you for linking to #PoCoLo x

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  14. Looks lovely! I think putting it by the window is perfect to capture the lights and it will give you a color feast =) #pocolo

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  15. Looks lovely! I think putting it by the window is perfect to capture the lights and it will give you a color feast =) #pocolo

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  16. I think it looks beautiful and is perfect for this time of year when the Christmas season begins to settle in.My sister would love this.

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  17. I love these! These are fab to do with toddlers as there's not much prep and the price is really good!

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  18. Awww thats lovely! I remember so clearly making these back in school and loving it! I will have to do this with my son, he loves anything involving sticking! xx

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  19. How creative! I absolute love this.
    I have a machine that cuts paper so will defo give a try I know Hayden would have a blast trying it too.
    Thanks so much for sharing hun
    Charlotte x

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  20. These look great. My little boy is just starting to get in to crafts and these look like something easy and fun for him to make xx #TriedTested

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  21. They look gorgeous - so effective!
    Thanks for sharing your review on #TriedTested this week x

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  22. These look absolutely gorgeous. I love Yellow Moon, I just bought some craft stuff from there recently for my 18 month old, I'm looking forward to when she's a bit older so we can do things like this xx
    #triedtested

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  23. That's so pretty, and perfect for autumn. Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

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  24. Love this! Such a great idea for an activity #anythinggoes

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  25. These look fantastic!! My autistic son wants to spend all his time looking at an iPad .... would love to get him creating!

    #AnythingGoes

    http://ourworldandautism.com

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  26. This is great. I hear that teachers often buy from them too. #sharewithme

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  27. What a lovely craft project and so beautiful to for the season. I really wish I was more crafty at heart and good at creating things from nothing. Love this. Thank you so much for linking up to Share With Me. I hope to see you again this week for another great round of #sharewithme

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