Kathryn Churchill

Kathryn Churchill

Kathryn Churchill
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tissue trees: love the watercolour sky!

cute kid art: tissue collaged trees pasted to a cool winter background. Using colored sharpies, add details to create more interest and uniqueness.

Winter Trees

Winter trees, watercolour skies, tissue paper trees (trees first, then background, then trees ON background)

1. Cut up pieces of colored tissue paper. Glue them onto a sheet of white paper. 2. Cut this sheet of paper into triangles to make the trees. 3. Paint another sheet of paper with three stripes of watercolor. 4. After the watercolor has dried, glue the trees onto this paper. 5. With marker draw branches and grass. 6. Use a paper punch to cut out white snow.

Stained glass trees- Stick small pieces of tissue paper into card. Cut out tree shapes (which can be drawn on the back). Hang trees as decorations, or stick them on a picture- e. do a watercolour background before sticking the trees on.

Paper Trees - great idea from Kelsey to make and put on a Christmas card! Also, reuse old Christmas cards and cardstock to make new ones!

vintage paper trees made from a half circle. would be so cute on canvas art, as garland or on packages or cards. Picture only but would be easy, just fold half circle back and forth on itself. Add ribbon or more paper for trunk.

HOW-TO make a FOLDED CHRISTMAS TREE from designer paper. Works with any size circle so dig out your CIRCLE PUNCHES

HOW-TO make a FOLDED CHRISTMAS TREE from designer paper. Works with any size circle. 'Sew different colour/patterned fabric together to make for Xmas, cushion or bunting

Though it still has some days before Christmas, don’t you think it’s a right time to think about choosing the Christmas gifts? We suggest that you DIY Christmas gifts instead of buying them in the shops because DIY projects can save money as well as show your heart to your friends and family members. If[Read the Rest]

Though it still has some days before Christmas, you think a right time to think about choosing the Christmas gifts? We suggest that you DIY Christmas gifts instead of buying them in the shops because DIY projects can save money as well a