Fun Tissue Paper Crafts For Kids
Crafts can be made out of the most unexpected items, and one such item is tissue paper. Apart from party streamers and gift wrapping, it can be used for creating many unique crafts. Tissue papers are available in many different colors and they are very versatile, but also delicate to a certain point. It is one of those craft supplies which are easily available and budget-friendly.
Some of the crafts that can be created out of tissues are suitable for even kindergarten and preschoolers, while some require a little bit of supervision.
Making crafts out of tissue paper is not rocket science. All you need is tissue paper, your craft supplies, and a little pinch of creativity. If you are still wondering what crafts can be created out of tissue paper. No worries, we’ve got your back. We have listed a few tissue paper crafts for kids that are super easy and fun to do. I’m sure your kids will love it!
Fun Tissue Paper Crafts For Kids
Watermelon Slice From Tissue Paper
If you have leftover green and pink tissue paper, don’t throw them away. Instead, make this simple tissue paper watermelon slice craft which will act as great decor for your summer parties. Stick the green tissue paper around the curve, but make sure that you stick it in a double layer. Cut the pink tissue into small squares and stick them inside the plate and use black paint to make the seed. There you go. Easy peasy!
Tissue Paper Tulip Craft For Kids
As real flowers are expensive and high-maintenance, you can make this quick tissue paper tulip, which is not very pricey yet simple to make. Simply draw a tulip on a piece of cardstock, or use a tulip template and cut the cardstock into that shape. Once you are done cutting, cut the pink and green tissue paper into small squares and crumble the tissue paper and stick it on the cardstock. Your customized tulips are ready.
Crumpled Tissue Paper Butterfly For Kids
Kids often tear and crumble the tissue papers. These crumbled tissue papers can be turned into a beautiful butterfly. Take a lot of colorful tissue papers and crumble them. Draw a butterfly on cardstock or print out a butterfly template and cut the cardstock in that shape. Stick the crumbled tissue paper on the cardstock. The best way to teach your kids about the caterpillar butterfly cycle and even color combinations.
Tissue Paper Campfire Craft
All you have to do is take two popsicles to paint them brown color and let them dry. These popsicles will be the wood. Once dried stick them in an X shape on black paper. Cut the yellow tissue paper into triangles and stick them. That’s it.
Ice Cream Craft Out Of Tissue Paper For Kids
This paper ice cream craft is the perfect way to make use of leftover tissues and brown construction paper. They just have to cut the brown construction paper in a triangular shape. Cut the paper plate in half and stick it on the broader side of the triangle. Cut the tissue paper into small squares and stick it inside the paper plate. With red paper make the cherry for your ice cream. Your sweet and unique ice cream is ready.
The Un”bee” Liveable Tissue Paper Craft
Where there are flowers, there are also honey bees. Kids are afraid of honeybees but the fear can be avoided by teaching them about bees. With the help of this craft, you can teach your kids how bees operate. For this, Draw or print a honeybee template and cut it in that shape. Cut small squares of yellow and black tissue paper and start sticking them in a striped pattern, by using a pointed toothpick to make the stinger. Cut two small circles for wings.
Tissue Paper And Paper Plate Turtle Craft
Some of us have fish tanks at our homes or a pet turtle. If we can’t have a real turtle why not make one? To make the turtle shell at the bottom of the paper plate spread some glue. Cut the tissue paper into small squares and paste them on the plate. By the time your turtle’s shell is dried, draw or print the turtle’s head, hands, and tail.
Captain America Tissue Paper Shield Craft
If your little one is an avenger fan then this craft will be their utmost favorite. Cut the red, white and blue tissue paper into small squares. Take a paper plate and start by making the outer ring, stick the red tissues, then white, red, and lastly the blue one. Print a star template and paste it on top of the blue ring. Your shield is ready. Avengers Assemble!
Tissue Paper Blue Bird
If you are not an early rise then you won’t be able to appreciate the chirping and beauty of these birds. No worries, you can make these adorable tissue paper bluebirds. Take a piece of blue paper and cut 3 egg shapes. Crumble the tissue paper and stick those pieces on the egg shape. Cut out the wings and stick them on the egg and even add beaks. Stick the easter grass on the plate. Your chirpy adorable blue birds are ready.
Tissue Paper Cat Craft On Paper Plate
If your kid loves animals then you can try making this adorable tissue paper cat craft. For this activity, you have to stick white paper in the center of the plate. Stick another tissue paper wherever you want to. Cut out the white paper for the cat’s ears. For the nose cut out two triangles of different sizes in white and pink color. Draw the mouth and stick the googly eyes. Using pipe cleaner makes the whiskers. Your adorable kitty is ready. Meow!
Tissue Paper Easter Egg
Spring is all about soft and pastel colors, especially during Easter. Using vibrant colored tissue paper, kids can make these gorgeous easter eggs. Design your egg with some zig-zag lines, dots, waves, etc. Cut out tissue papers of different colors of 3 inches and crumble them. Stick the crumbled piece of tissue paper on the egg. Your unique and gorgeous easter eggs are ready.
Flamingo Out Of Tissue Paper And Paper Plate
The paper plate flamingo is a great decor for your beach parties. Grab a paper plate, cut it in half for the body, cut out an edge of the plate for the neck and use the top half for the face. Paint the neck and face with pink paint. Spread glue on the half-cut portion. Now stick the body, face, beak, and neck together. Such an adorable flamingo!
Tissue Paper Flower Art Activity
There are so many different flowers and so many ways to make them. You can make this easy flower out of tissue paper. All you have to do is print a flower template or draw it. Take tissue papers of different colors, crumble them, and stick them on the drawing accordingly.
Globe Out Of Tissue Paper
A tissue paper globe is a perfect way to teach your kids about geography and the solar system. All you need is tissue paper, a styrofoam ball, and glue. Cut out two pieces of blue tissue and green tissue of any size to represent the continents. Place the blue tissue paper squares on the ball and stick them on it. Stick the green tissues on top of the blue tissue paper. hurray! You just created your own globe.
Colorful Popsicle Out Of Tissue Paper
Having a popsicle on a hot summer day is the most relaxing feeling ever. To make your own popsicle first and foremost, cut the tissue paper into a square shape. Cut out a popsicle on a cardstock. Spread some glue and stick the tissue. Allow it to dry before sticking an ice cream stick at the back of the cutout. Once the kids are done making the popsicles, ask them about the flavors and colors.
Tissue Paper Snail Craft
If you want to enhance your kid’s motor skills, the tissue paper snail craft is perfect. The tissue paper gives it a textured look. For this, print and cut out the snail’s body. Cut out a white circle for the shell and stick it on the body. Cut out tissue paper into square shapes and use the pencil end for the textured part and glue it. Your textured snail is ready.
Tissue Paper Rainbow
Rainbows are love. It’s very rare to spot a rainbow. Make this tissue paper rainbow craft. This is a great way to teach kids about the rainbow and its colors. Draw a rainbow on the cardboard and cut it out. Take tissue paper(resembling the rainbow’s color) and crumble it into small balls and stick them. Crumble white tissue balls for the clouds. Your very own rainbow.
After dreamcatchers, suncatchers are the most loved and preferred to be hung on the windows. It is colorful and beautiful. You keep these mosaics simple for kids. Cut out two pieces of contact paper. Peel off the contact paper. Keep your mosaic tiles on a surface that is sticky.
Handprint Tissue Paper Carrot
Handmade crafts and art hold a special place because of the personal touch added to them. For this activity, Draw or print a heart-shaped template and cut it out. Cut small squares of tissue paper and stick them on the cut-out. On a green cardstock, trace your little one’s handprint and cut it out. Staple the carrot piece to the handprint piece. Now Proudly displayed.
Winter Wonderland Out Of Tissue Paper
During the winter holidays, keep your children away from electronic devices while it is snowing outside. They can make this polar bear winter art. Print out a polar bear template. Cut different colored tissue paper into small square shapes, then stick all of the square tissue paper pieces onto white cardstock. Let it dry. In the meantime, cut out the polar bear. Once your colorful background is dried, stick on the polar bear. Your darling polar bear in the winter wonderland is ready
Kids are very fascinated by fireflies. They’ll have a blast while making this firefly suncatcher. For this exercise, take yellow tissue paper and cut it into square shapes. Take a contact paper. On the sticky side place the cut tissue paper. Seal the design with another contact paper. Use black cardstock to make the head, antenna, and wings of the firefly.
Bleeding Tissue Paper Butterfly
Bleeding tissue paper butterflies look amazing and help to keep your kid engaged. Take a cut-off of the butterfly. Keep your bleeding tissues on the cutout and sprinkle some water. Once the water dries you’ll how vibrant and unique it looks.
Contact Paper Leaf Suncatchers
During fall you can find plenty of leaves outside your house. Use these leaves to make a leaf suncatcher. Take a leaf or you also print it. Cut out tissue paper squares of vivid colors. Take a contact paper, peel the backing off of the sheet and stick the squares. Now trace a leaf and cut it out.
Tissue Paper Dinosaur
If your kid loves dinosaurs and wants to learn more about them, they can make this tissue paper dinosaur. It is quick and simple to make. First, you need to decide the dinosaur you want to recreate. Print and cut the cardstock in that shape. Cut the tissue paper into small squares, crumble and stick it. Your dinosaur is all set.
Tissue Paper Apple
Teach your kids more about fruits and colors with this tissue paper apple craft. Kids can use any color they want but red and green are the actual color of an apple. All you need to do is trace an apple on cardstock and cut it out. Take a tissue paper crumble it and stick it on the cut out your apple is ready.
Stained Cross Suncatcher
Whenever you go to the church you’ll get to see the stained art glass which looks gorgeous when the sunlight falls on it. To make your cross suncatcher out of tissue paper. Place the cross frame on one side of the contact paper and fill it with colorful square tissue paper. Once completely filled seal it with another contact paper. Cut out the excess paper.
We hope that your kids enjoyed these fun tissue paper crafts and also learned something new. Let us know in the comment section below which craft you loved and enjoyed doing the most. Do give us your feedback. Do check other interesting articles by Kidpid. We will soon come back with some unique and amazing articles. Keep smiling and creating with Kidpid!