Coloured Lasagne Sheet Mosaics and Stain Glass Windows
- If you have some clear sticky back plastic (the sort you use for covering school books) you can use this for the pasta stain glass windows. Cut out two pieces the same size. Lift the backing off one of the pieces and lay down, sticky side up. The pieces of coloured, dry pasta can then be laid onto the sticky surface either randomly or in a pattern. Leave a gap in between the pieces. Then using the other sheet of sticky paper, peel off the backing and lay sticky side down onto the other piece and gently press in between the gaps to secure the pieces of pasta. You can then use black felt pens/markers to colour in between the gaps to create the lead effect. Stick on the window.
- If you haven’t got any sticky back plastic you can create a mosaic by sticking the pasta pieces onto a sheet of card or paper with Pritt Stick. Colour in the gaps with pens or pencils.