Are you familiar with the term "stained glass"? Have you ever seen stained glass in person? Do you know what stained glass is? Perhaps the stained glass is an unfamiliar thing for you. Take a look at the simple example below. You might have noticed them when you went to a museum, church, or simply a large building with a lot of glass that looks old. Yes, stained glass is mostly installed as a construction decoration in ancient structures that are wonderful and have high roofs. In different structures, stained glass takes on diverse shapes, themes, and colors. Although they are usually made flat as windows, the creations of modern stained glass artists also make them into three-dimensional sculptures and structures. Stained glass in large buildings usually shows symbols, logos, narratives, stories of events, figures of speech, and much more. Through those mesmerizing lines between the window, a common example can be seen in most of the church that tells the events of the life of Christ. Then if the stained glass is located in a mosque building, the stained glass can be a symbol of the verses of the Qur'an, and much more. Then, even though it is commonly found in historic structures, this does not remove the fact that it is well-known. Stained glass is still popular now, but it's more commonly called art glass. Stained glass has become increasingly popular in recent years because of the complexity involved in its creation; nonetheless, it has a great artistic value and is surely expensive. Typically, works of art like these can be seen in high-end residences, businesses, and places of worship.
Stained glass has been well-known for a long time, as evidenced by the presence of this art glass in huge and historic structures, such as churches. It was initially a European art form that dates back to the third century AD. The use of this as an art form or as decoration and in building windows became popular and was utilized in the 12th century when the Gothic era was at its peak, despite the fact that it has been around since the third century. In addition, things like paintings, sculptures, stained glass windows, illuminated manuscripts, and a variety of other minor arts are examples of Gothic art. Furthermore, it became well-known and commonly used in church windows as a result. This is due to the fact that the church faces east, where the sun's rays refract through the glass in the church windows, bringing out magnificent and appealing hues.
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Stained glass is a real work of art. The details on them, aside from their shape and color, are certainly difficult to accomplish. Professionals are clearly skilled at creating delicate features in the glass with patience and virtue in making the lines. However, did you know that we can make almost the same thing as stained glass but not like it? Well, here is a thing you can try. The tissue paper stained glass craft is made on wax paper. No need to worry because the material and the way to make the patterns on the tissue paper are very easy. Then, to create a different line art model than usual, let's create cute symbols or shapes according to our wishes. How about making a cat pattern for this little craft? Besides, aren't cats so cute? But of course, you can make whatever you want. Start with preparing tools and materials such as wax paper, colored tissue paper, and watered-down glue.
The first step, make a pattern or draw a cat pattern on the tissue paper that has been provided. After you finish drawing the pattern, cut out the pattern and make sure you prepare more than one cat pattern from colored tissue paper, maybe around 10? You can make it in different sizes to make it cute and not bland. Suggestions, it is better if the color of the tissue paper is different so that it can create gradations and various cute colors when exposed to sunlight. Next, after finishing making the pattern, prepare wax paper and watered down glue. Place the colored pattern on the waxed paper and grease the cat-shaped tissue paper with watered-down glue. Use a brush to make it easier to apply glue to the waxed paper. Add a few layers of watered-down glue and colorful tissue paper pieces until the waxed paper is completely coated. Next, let it dry. Last, put the tissue paper stained glass in the window to let the light through once it had dried. Finally, the cat-shaped tissue paper stained glass is finished. The sunlight helps the craft to shine beautifully and it is worth trying to make this stained glass paper with easy materials.