What's up with angels? These whimsical tissue angels make perfect gifts! Use them to decorate packages, trees, or a holiday table.
What do you think angels look like? Do they have lovely soft wings? Wear a golden crown? Have long hair? Here's how to decorate a recycled tissue box with Tissue Angels.
Cover your art area with newspaper. Put a small amount of water in a paper cup. Add drops of one color of Crayola® Washable Watercolors. To make the angel's robe, dip a tissue in it. Gently open the tissue. Lay flat to dry on paper towels. Repeat with five more tissues in colors of your choice for each angel.
Lay two or three tissues on top of each other. Hold them together in the middle to form the angel's robe. Tie with yarn or a twist tie. Lay two tissues on top of each other. Gather them together like a bow tie. Tie in the middle with yarn to make wings.
Roll a plain tissue into a tight ball. Cover it with a painted tissue for the angel's head. Secure with yarn. Fasten head to the front of the wings with yarn. With Crayola Scissors, trim the bottom if you wish. Fasten the skirt to the back of the angel.
Decorate your Tissue Angel with a Crayola Classic Fine Line Marker.
Glue angel on a recycled tissue box with Crayola School Glue. Dry.
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