What we love the most about this tissue paper jellyfish craft is how it dances in the air! Hang it on a string and watch the magic every time there is a breeze (or the air conditioning is on).
This summer craft for kids is a quick project – which makes it perfect for rainy days or to make in the classroom with a bunch of kids (wonderful decoration too).
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This summer craft can be made by using tissue paper, newspaper, recycled paper, strings, fabric scraps…
How to Make Tissue Paper Jellyfish Craft
What you need:
- Our craft template
- coloring supplies
- tissue paper (or other)
- optional: string for haninging
Step by Step Instructions
Print out the template. This craft works best when the template is printed on construction paper / cardstock.
Color in the jellyfish. We love markers but there’s a variety of coloring materials you can use – watercolors, crayons, ink…
Once you have colored in your jellyfish, cut it out.
Also cut a couple of strips of tissue paper (or other).
Turn the jellyfish head around and apply glue on the back (a line at the bottom will do).
Stick one tissue paper strips one after the other – using multiple colors will make your jellyfish super pretty.
You can also add string for hanging.
Apply glue on the other part of the jellyfish head…
…and stick it on the first one.
All done! Your Jellyfish Craft is complete.
Get the Tissue Paper Jellyfish Craft Template