Tissue Paper Fall Wreath

Tissue Paper Fall Wreath

A fun fall art project for parents and children to do together!

 tissue paper wreath

You will need:

  • Paper plates
  • Tissue paper
  • Glue
  • Brown construction paper or paper colored brown with markers or crayons
  • Artificial leaves or flowers or real fall leaves collected in your neighborhood or local park (optional)

 

Directions:

  • Cut out the center of a paper plate
  • Tear brown construction paper into strips (to look like twigs or branches)
  • Glue the “branches” on the wreath
  • Crumple little pieces of tissue paper (3×3 inch) of fall colored tissue paper and glue those onto the wreath or glue on real leaves that you and your child have collected outside
  • If you want to, you can also glue artificial leaves or flowers onto the wreath.

 

OR try the Tissue Paper Apple!

 

tissue paper apple

Cut out an apple shape, then you and your child can crumple tissue paper (green, red, or yellow) and glue it onto the apple and then your child can color in the stem.  If you don’t have tissue paper, you can use ripped pieces of construction paper or your child can color the apple with crayons or markers.