Easter Egg Transparency
Window transparencies are a form of Waldorf art that can add a bit of seasonal whimsy to any room. Unfortunately, they are challenging to make, especially for young children. So I came up with an idea for a window transparency that I knew Sola could make without getting too frustrated. First I cut out an egg-shaped frame from black card stock.
Easter Egg Transparency
I added glue to the frame and attached an egg-shaped piece of kite paper big enough to fill in the entire opening.
Easter Egg Transparency
Sola then cut and hole-punched other pieces of kite paper to make an Easter egg design on the back of the window transparency.
Easter Egg Transparency
Easter Egg Transparency
We then attached it to the window with double-sided tape.
Easter Egg Transparency
In the past, I’ve had some people tell me that they don’t know where to find kite paper, which is also often referred to as transparency paper or window star paper. It is an unusual art supply, but can found at many Waldorf shops, such as (please note that only the stores marked with **** carry kite paper is sizes that are large enough for window transparencies):

You can see more ideas for window transparencies, as well as places to get silhouettes to help you in making your transparencies on my Pinterest board: