If you use white school glue this becomes a fun kid friendly project. However, it takes a bit longer to hold each tissue in place and well….I’m impatient! I have done this with Alie before and she had a lot of fun making tissue trees with me.
1. You will need…
2. I find it’s easiest to fold several pieces of tissue paper into a thin long strip and cut inch wide strips from it. Then unwind the strips and cut squares from it.
1. Take a pencil and place the square over the eraser and slightly twist it down around the pencil. Then place a dab of hot glue onto the top.
2. Then start placing the little squares onto the cone. Those lines I placed to help as a guide. I decided to make this one a peppermint twist tree!!
3. Keep placing the folded squares close together.