This is one craft where everyone gets a turn at making their own masterpiece. Give kids a chance to flex their creativity by blending a rainbow of colors, and let them watch science in action when you set the ink on fire!
- Remove the square of glass from the frame, and set the frame aside. Lay the piece of cardstock over top of the frame, and cut to the same shape and size as the glass.
- Place a few drops of differently colored dye on the piece of glass, followed by a few drops of the rubbing alcohol. Carefully pick up the glass, and move it around to blend the colors.
- Using the lighter, carefully ignite the surface of the glass, and allow the alcohol to burn off. You may need to repeat the process once or twice to completely burn off the alcohol.
- Once the glass is cool, place the cardstock behind it, and replace into the frame.
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