Monday, April 16, 2018

Crafts: Spring Flowers

Tissue paper, kids crafts, preschool

Looking to recycle some of that tissue paper you saved from gift bags? I can't be the only person who tries to fold it neatly to reuse for future presents or for crafts, can I?

Our children made these two beautiful flowers with tissue paper, construction paper, and glue.

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1. Gather all your materials.

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2. Draw your flower onto your paper. You can draw it like I did or let your children draw it themselves.

3. After choosing the colors for the project, tear the tissue paper into strips and small pieces. Then crumble it a bit before gluing it to the paper.

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4. Fill in all the white spaces with tissue paper to create a beautiful flower. 


If your children prefer our daughter's picture, you can skip the crumbling step and just glue the pieces of tissue paper onto the drawing paper. 

Tissue paper, kids crafts, flowers

Will you create your own spring flower craft with your children? If you share a photograph on Instagram, please use the hashtag #momquesttoteach so I can see it! You can also follow me on Instagram (moms_quest_to_teach).

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  1. Such a fun way to use up some tissue paper. We've made tissue paper flowers before but not like this! Cute. Thanks so much for linking up with us at the Virtual Refrigerator. Pinned.

    1. Thank you. I love saving tissue paper from gifts - and this was a perfect way to use it.

  2. very pretty!! Thanks for linking up with us!