Tie Dyed Suncatchers w/ Miss Emma

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Come create beautiful and vibrant suncatchers with Miss Emma! Click the link below to learn how to make this fun project!

This video is 16 minutes in length and is recommended for children ages 18 months to 5-years-old.

Supplies / Ingredients needed

  • Paper towels
  • Black construction paper
  • A cookie sheet
  • Food coloring diluted by water or watercolor paint
  • Small bowls (if using food coloring)
  • Dropper
  • Scotch tape
  • Scissors


  1. Start by picking which shape you would like your suncatchers to be.
  2. Then fold your paper in half and cut out your desired shape. (Save the cut outs if you want to turn them into mini suncatchers!)
  3. Put your paper aside for later.
  4. Next place your paper towel on top on the cookie sheet to keep it from bleeding through.
  5. Now take your watercolors or diluted food coloring and use the dropper to create colorful droplets on your paper towel.
  6. After you have tie dyed your paper towel let it dry for about 30 minutes under a fan.
  7. Once your paper towel has dried tape it to the back of your construction paper. (If you saved your cut outs, cut a whole in the middle and take a piece of your tie dyed paper towel and tape it to the back, cutting off the excess paper towel.)
  8. Yay! You made a suncatcher!
  9. Hang it on a window and watch the sun peak through the beautiful and bright colors!

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