Travel North and then east
for our next stop, where we visit Italy and the Renaissance period
in this country. We feature the beautiful glass crafts which are
an important part of Italian art.
212-1 Mosaic tiles:
Leftover floor tiles and markers create true Italian mosaics.
212-2 Stained Glass Suncatcher: Foiling creates Renaissance
inspired stained glass that's actually painted on.
212-3 Crayon "Resist" Pot: This unique technique uses
crayons and paint. The final design appears like magic at the
212-4 Cathedral Window: Simulate a cathedral window by
cutting and overlaying tissue paper. We start out easy, but
you can make these designs as intricate as you like.
212-5 Glow In the Dark Glass: Did you know that glue
sticks to glass? Make a butterfly, the symbol of rebirth just
like the Renaissance.
212-6 Hands On Project: Creative Activities; craft activities
for pediatrics and geriatrics.
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