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Tissue Paper Flower Magnet

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Here is a pretty way to embellish or bring some colours to your fridge/freezer. Help the kids make some tissue paper flowers and then glue them to your boring fridge magnets and be impressed by the result.


Time: 15 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Tissue paper of different colours
Cardboard (including a green one)
Magnets
Glue, scissors, compass and ruler


Method
First, draw circles of 4cm diameter on the cardboard using a compass, and then cut.

Secondly, cut the green cardboard into leaves.
Using a small piece of yellow tissue paper, roll in your palms to form a small ball.


Glue it on the circle, along with two leaves and let to dry.

Meanwhile cut your tissue papers into strips of 50cm x 15cm. Roll as thinly as you can.

Put some glue around the center and begin by twisting the paper strip all around the middle.
Continue doing so until you reach the edge of the circle, gluing as you go along.

Once you finished, turn over and glue the magnet and let it dry.
Your flower magnet is now ready to be used.

Stick to your fridge and see the difference.



Categories
#easy
#flower
#magnet
#tissue paper
#papercraft
#cheap
#decoration
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