This tissue paper butterfly craft is a great way for kids to use up some of that tissue paper you’ve stashed away. Toddlers, preschoolers and big kids will all love this colourful spring craft!
The other day, I was organizing the craft cupboards and I noticed our tissue paper supply was getting a little out of hand. Our collection is ever-growing because I save all the tissue paper from birthdays and baby showers and what-not. Clearly we need to craft with tissue paper more often to get the situation under control.
The first project on my list? These pretty tissue paper butterflies! They were so fun and easy to make and the results were beautiful.
To add interest to the project, we began with a lesson in design. The hooligans planned their project on paper, and colour-coded their plan before decorating their butterflies. It was fun for the kids to learn a new skill, and even the youngest hooligan was able to plan her project.
Pop over to CBC Parents to see our butterflies, and to get the step-by-step photos and instructions so your kids can make some of their own.
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