It’s the day before Christmas and all through the
house you’re probably prepping food, wrapping presents, and enjoying time with
family and friends. If you’re in need of a project to occupy your kids as they
await with anticipation for Santa, have then make these Tissue Paper and Yarn
Trees. Cathie and Steve designed this project using Mod Podge and Styrofoam.
This is a project they are sure to enjoy, and one that will keep their little
hands busy this Christmas eve.
Mod Podge ® Gloss,
Mod Podge ® Glitter
- Hologram Gold, 8 oz.
3 Styrofoam trees – different sizes
Tissue paper – pink; pale green and turquoise
Yarn – raspberry; olive dark turquoise
Cut the tissue paper
into small random shaped squares. Apply the squares to the Styrofoam tree with
Mod Podge. Topcoat with a layer of Mod Podge. Add additional layers of tissue.
Allow for dry time between layers.
Cut the yarn into 3
to 5 feet long pieces. (Use more yarn for a fuller wrap and less yarn for an
open look.) Pool some Mod Podge Glitter onto a piece of wax paper. Saturate the
yarn in the Mod Podge Glitter. Wrap the wet yarn around the cones. Allow to