I adapted it somewhat and this is what
Supplies: one piece of craft foam in color of your choice • tissue paper in a variety of colors • yarn, sisal, jute or any type of string of your choice (not shown) • craft glue (not shown)
Start by tracing circles across the entire piece of foam and cutting them out. I used (the inner circle) a roll of masking tape for mine.
Then cut your tissue paper into 1 inch squares.
Crinkle up the tissue paper as small as you can.
And glue them on to your circles in any shape you want. Since we were planning on hanging this in honor of Sukkot, we made fruits and vegetables on each circle.
You can use any other type of embellishments to enhance each circle.
We used pipe cleaners for the stems on many of ours.
After you've created the designs on each of the circles, use a hole-puncher to make a hole at the top of each one. Then string the sisal (or whatever you chose) and tie a knot after each circle so they stay in place.
Then hang it up wherever you'd like! Here it is hanging over our mantel-less fireplace.
And outside in our sukkah:
All in all, a great, easy project that even a seven-year-old
p.s. See you after Sukkot!
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