Draw an owl face, wings, and feet onto printer paper or use the patterns, color them, and cut them out. Paint your cup to match the face and wings and glue them to the cup as shown in the picture. Note - For a quick and easy project buy brown paper cups from a party store. Your children can just use markers to draw feathers onto the cup.
All thoughts, feelings, ideas and glee about hot glue and cordless glue guns are my own. When whipping up party decor, I really honestly try to do things as inexpensively as I can and in large pops of color.
Bonus to buying the poufs pre-folded: For the green paper, I recommend finding something a tad thinner than cardstock. I made mine a little slimmer at the top than the bottom.
Shape up your leaves. I put a slight bend in my leaves to make them stand up straight in them. Put a bead of hot glue about 2 inches long in the bottom fold of each leaf and pinch together. To make the whole leafy crown that sticks out the top of the tissue pouf pineapple, glue the edges of the four leaves together.
Totally freeing to not have to cramp around with the cord or find an extension cord to reach where I was working! To crown your pineapple, put a little hot glue on either side of the green leaves and nestle into the folds of the tissue pouf.
Lots of ways to use them! Tissue poufs are easy to make into pineapples, and just as easy to make into flamingos. Click to the next page for the how-to.Here’s how I went about making my truffula trees: First, I used Martha Stewart’s instructions for tissue paper pom-poms..
The only change I made was to keep the floral wire long to attach the pom-poms to the foam insulators.
Wax paper can be used to wrap cookies, sandwiches or any food item of your choice. Also great for making cards and paper crafting. The thin layer of wax makes this beautiful paper waterproof so it is perfect with greasy foods.
These paper bag monsters can be used for many home school learning activities: 1. Feed the Monster Game. Give each child a paper bag monster. Take turns having the children spell or read a word.
Here’s a lovely assortment of paper flowers to make, I’ve organized them in a few sections for easier browsing: Bouquets & Centerpieces, Tissue Paper, Crepe, Origami and the rest under general tutorials.
Many of these have free templates to download and most are surprisingly easy to make! I’ve. 1. Pick some pretty tissue paper, you will want 2 yellow sheets for the centre and sheet for the petals depending on how full you want your flower. Tissue paper for gift packaging. Find colored tissue paper, printed tissue paper, and much more at Paper Mart.