This post was sponsored by Elmer’s and I was compensated for my time in creating it!
As a Mom, I’m always looking for new, fun things for my boys to do that doesn’t require a lot of money or chaos! I have a tendency to stress out with the mess that crafts can cause but this easy Tissue Paper Easter Wreath was a perfect choice for us! My boys loved it and now they get to see their works of art displayed around our home!
To get started, you just need a few simple things:
Tissue Paper (as many colors as you’d like)
Paper Plates or Light-Weight Cardboard
Small Plastic Easter Eggs (optional)
Cut your tissue paper into 3×3 squares and let your kiddos have fun crumpling it all up! While they’re crumpling, cut wreath shapes out of paper plates or something like cereal boxes. Once the tissue paper is ready, have them use the Elmer’s Glue to stick the tissue all over their paper plates until it’s full of fluff and color! Once the paper is dried, hot glue the plastic eggs around the wreath, add a loop to the top for hanging and you’re done! Now you get to enjoy your children’s colorful craftiness!
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