Simple Tissue Paper Star

This summer is already going way too fast! In less than a week, the 4th of July will be here. Today, we made a simple tissue paper star that is perfect for the upcoming holiday.

Materials Needed

  • White Paper
  • Cut up Tissue Paper
  • Scissors
  • A Marker/Pen/Crayon
  • Glue

I started by drawing a star on the white paper and cutting it out. We already keep cut up tissue paper in a bag. If you do not have any already cut up, you will need to cut some before you start. I decided to use blue and red because the 4th of July is next week. You could also use yellow, silver, or really any color you want. My star is a bit wonky because I drew it freehand. If you are not a good artist and want a perfect star, you may want to print one out online and trace it.

Next, I covered the star in glue and let my toddler put on the pieces of tissue paper one by one. This is wonderful fine motor skill practice.

This craft only took about ten minutes to do. It is quick and easy, but a lot of fun!

9 responses to “Simple Tissue Paper Star”

  1. You’re very creative. I’m not sure I would ever think of these things. You do make it look easy though so I’m sure even I could do it. I hope you have a fabulous 4th of July celebration.

    1. If we can do it, anyone can do it! Neither Mr. Not So Crafty or myself are artistic at all. Wishing you a fun 4th of july as well.

  2. Crafts like this are so fun! My boys have both come home with similar ones from school in all types of shapes.

    1. When I was working in a classroom setting, we did tissue paper crafts for every season and holiday. The kids always had so much fun.

  3. I love do crafty stuffs. This is totally beautiful and creative I love it!

  4. It is so cute and fun! I would love to try this out with my son. So much to learn for him

    1. It really is the simple things that teach little ones the most!

  5. This is such an adorable craft for the 4th! It is so simple yet super creative.

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    Ray @ Superpowers Sold Separately

    Oh that is an adorable craft. Great for kids to work on!

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