I made a free May Day Window Transparency template to share with you all. I’ve been trying to make one transparency a month. Next month, I am hoping to get away from relying so heavily on a silhouette, but I really wanted to illustrate the May Pole in this template. Sola has no idea what a May Pole looks like in real life and probably never will. While it used to be that some of the local cities hosted May Day events in the past, it seems like May Day in the Seattle area has just come to be associated with protests, riots, road closures, traffic jams, looting, and/or violence. Still, I wanted her to see what one looked like, so I made this transparency.
I got a bit behind over the summer with making monthly window transparencies, so decided to make a seasonal transparency this time that can stay up a little longer. One benefit to having window transparencies that we observed this summer is that they are a great way to prevent birds from hitting your windows. Did […]
This month, I tried to use more kite paper and less silhouette in my June window transparency. Also, with Father’s Day being the only holiday of the month, I decided to use a fairy theme instead of a holiday theme, because Sola is obsessed with fairies. I did double layers of each of the kite […]
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 […]
I have been continuing to experiment with window transparencies. With Saint Patrick’s Day coming up on March 17th, I thought I’d try my hand at a leprechaun transparency. So now I have this free St. Patrick’s day window transparency template to share with you. As always, it is free for your personal use only. Also, […]