Your kids will enjoy making this tissue paper rainbow craft! It’s a great way to celebrate spring and keep the little ones busy for a long time. My boys turned crumpling the tissue paper into a competition and it made the process so much faster. Your kids can also work on color recognition, fine motor skills and counting. Print the FREE rainbow template to get started!
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Supplies for Tissue Paper Rainbow Craft
- Tissue paper (rainbow colors)
- Recycled cardboard
- Rainbow template
- First, download and print the rainbow template on cardstock then cut. Use a pencil to trace the rainbow on recycled cardboard. Cut it out then set it aside. If you have a Cricut, find a rainbow template then cut the image.
- Next, have your child use safety scissors to cut the tissue paper into small pieces. If they are not ready for scissors, let them tear pieces of tissue paper for this craft.
- Finally, crumple the tissue paper into small balls then glue onto the cardboard rainbow until it’s completely covered. See images below.
Watch the video below to see how I made this vibrant spring craft. Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fun content!
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