EASY STAINED GLASS EASTER FRAME

3 Materials
2 Days
Easy

This is a craft you can use with things you have on hand.

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I am working on Easter decorations, so I decided my mod podge project will be something for Easter. I am creating an Easter stained glass frame. It was another fun and easy project. Here is all you need.


  • Mod Podge
  • Food coloring
  • 8 x 10 picture frame
  • A printout of your choice.

Easter Stained Glass Art Tutorial

First Step:

Take apart your frame.

I am using a frame I had on hand, so I painted the gold frame.

Second Step:

Find a cute little scenery you want to use. I found mine on google, I searched “Easter coloring page”. Before I printed it out, I changed it to be a mirror image.

Third Step:

Clean your glass panel, I used alcohol and a paper towel. Center your design page under the glass panel.

Forth Step:

Mix your mod podge with the food coloring. I used 1 – 2 tablespoons of mod podge to 1 drop of food coloring to make the colors, I listed the mixed colors below.


  • Brown: 1 drop of red and 1 drop of green
  • Orange: 1 drop of red and 1 drop of yellow
  • Greyish purple: 2 drops of red and 1 drop of blue

Fifth Step:

Using a paint brush, paint your color mod podge in your design. Using the lines as a template.

As it dries the colored mod podge will separate. It will need two coats.

For the bunny’s tail I took a small piece of cotton gluing it in place.

To complete the bunny, I took a small piece of a cotton and glued it to the bunny.

Last Step:

Hot glue the glass panel into the frame, making sure you put the painted side up (if you have wording). Pinch down the metal pins so they are not seen from the front, but still holding in the glass.

I took a piece of jute rope and stapled it to the frame.

You can hang it on your window, wall or place it on an easel. I think either way it looks cute.

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