Fall Craft – Corn Sun Catchers

Fall Craft - Corn Sun Catchers

This fall craft was made from painted bubble wrap that was used from a previous project we made this week entitled Corn Shakers. My twin toddlers loved painting the bubble wrap and pushing paper down to create bubble wrap prints! But what was I to do with the pretty painted bubble wrap? I couldn’t just let it go to waste! Of course I had to make a new fun fall craft out of it!

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Painting the Bubble Wrap

To see the fun bubble wrap painting experience that my tots had, please view the article Making Corn Shakers.


Fall Craft – Making The Sun Catchers

Making the Corn Sun Catchers is very simple but may be most appropriate for three years and up.

Click the image below to see how we made Corn Shakers using the fun painted bubble wrap!

Music Craft for Kids - Making Corn Shakers

If you liked the Bubble Wrap Corn Sun Catchers make sure to look at our other fun fall craft ideas including Making Corn Shakers, Leaf Art Turkey Magnets and Tape Resist Pumpkin Window Art.

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  • Alison Weller

    I love these!!! They are really neat and I love that they go on the window as a sun catcher….plus I just might have some bubble wrap in the basement 🙂

    • SowSproutPlay

      Thanks! And I love when I have the supplies on hand! Makes things so much easier. 😀

  • Love this! I featured your post in a round-up of Fun Ways to Play with Bubble Wrap. You can check it out http://pinspiredhome.blogspot.com/2014/05/tips-tricks-thursday-bubble-wrap.html
    Thank you so much for the inspiration! 🙂

  • Kaiya

    Do you have to glue them to contact paper? I’m wanting to do this at a school and we aren’t allowed to use anything but putty to stick things on the walls and windows, but I don’t want it to be too flimsy.