Tissue Paper Fall Tree Craft

I am honored and delighted to have Erica of Confessions of Homeschooler guest post today on Muffin Tin Mom! I know you will love this fall craft for kids as much as I do.

I was so thrilled to do a guest post for Muffin Tin Mom this month! Michelle asked me to come up with a fun fall craft that was simple and easy. We decided to make these cute tissue paper fall trees, they’re so easy you can literally pull the supplies together and get to work right now!
  • Black  &  Blue cardstock (or construction paper)
  • Fall colored tissue paper squares ( I happen to have a box of multi-colored tissue paper squares but it’s super easy to cut and since you crumple them they don’t have to be exact!)
  • Glue
  • Pencil & Scissors
Trace your students hand including part of their arm on the black cardstock and cut out.

Glue “tree” to blue cardstock. Crumple fall colored tissue paper squares and glue on for leaves.

Display your newly created art as decoration in your school room! Yay!

So that’s it, super easy and fun fall craft, hope you enjoy! Here are some more fun fall crafts for you this season:

Erica is a daughter of Jesus, a wife, a mom, and a homeschooler. She likes to digiscrap and dabbles in graphic design in her “free” time ;o) She authors Confessions of a Homeschooler and would love you to drop by for a visit anytime!

1 comment:

  1. Yay for guest bloggers! Erica this craft idea is very cute, I know my girls will love it, thank you :)