Thursday, April 30, 2009

Mother's Day Card Idea

Today I made a cute little 3D card for the kiddos to make for Mother's Day. We used cardstock, construction paper, tissue paper, and glue.

I remember making many projects in elementary school out of this scrunched up tissue paper process. I always thought it looked so cool.

The process is simple. You take little scraps of tissue paper (about 1 inch size) and crumple them into little tiny balls. Then you glue. That's it.

I started by making the line down with glue for the stem of the flower. Then I covered that with the little green tissue balls. Next, I added the green construction paper leaves left over from our last project. I outlined the leaves in glue and added the tissue paper here. Then I drew the flower center and then the petals one by one.
This makes a sweet flower for the front of the card to give to mom or grandma on Mother's Day. It would also be cute to do different designs such as a butterfly, heart, or the letters M-O-M.


  1. Very cute! I remember making tissue paper cards like that for my mom back in elementary school. Maybe I'll make one for her this year to see if she remembers. ;-)

  2. I also remember making these, I completely forgot until I saw this post.

  3. very cute! i may have to try this one.

  4. Great idea, I'm not that crafty but I think I can handle that project. And the grandmothers and godmothers will love it.

    Thanks for all the great ideas.

    BTW, I'm Kiesha :)

  5. So cute! I would love to receive that card. I remember making them too.


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