Activity: Tissue Paper Art

I am pleased to announce that I have teamed up with The Quirky Mommas and will be a weekly contributor to their Kids Activities Blog.  My posts will be published on Tuesdays at 5:00pm (eastern).

My first post was published yesterday.  Yay!  It wasn’t a glamorous activity, but it was something that my son and I were able to do with little preparation, little clean up, and materials we already had in the house.  We made Valentine’s Day hearts for both grandmothers out of construction paper and balled up tissue paper.

To see my little guy at work and find out exactly what we did, please check out this link: http://kidsactivitiesblog.com/tissue-paper-craft/

 

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Check back next Tuesday for my latest activity post!

 

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Activity: Tissue Paper Art — 6 Comments

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  2. I love tissue paper crafts! One of my favorites is a project where you cut two squares of clear contact paper and the kid lays different-colored pieces of tissue paper down on one side. You sandwich it together and together cut a frame out of a piece of contruction paper and voila — instant “stained glass”.

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