It appears that I have set a goal for myself to complete one window transparency a month. With Saint Patrick’s Day already come and gone, it is time to start looking towards Easter, which is only 18 days away! I am having more fun making window transparencies for spring, since I get to use so many more colors. Sola is also really enjoying having them brighten up our home. This month, I made a free Easter window transparency template to share with you. As always, it is free for your personal use only. Also, please let me know if you have problems with any of the files. Not only am I new to sharing files, but our scanner is a bit archaic, so has a bit of trouble scanning kite paper.
As with all my transparencies, thus far, the supplies that you need to make one are:
- Black cardstock
- Kite paper (large sheets)
- Glue stick or paste
- Self healing cutting mat
- Craft knife
- Precision scissors (optional, but helpful for trimming up any lose pieces of paper)
I didn’t do a step by step tutorial for this window transparency, just because I’ve done three detailed tutorials thus far and the process really is the same for each transparency. So, if you want more detailed instructions about using a craft knife to cut out the fine details, please refer to my winter window transparency post. While my Valentine’s window transparency post has good general instructions on making a transparency.
You will need three templates to make this transparency.