Torn Tissue Paper Eggs ~ Artsy Play Wednesday 3/26

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Today’s featured activity is from Capri +3. She has a fun Easter craft called Torn Tissue Paper Eggs. These plastic eggs are covered with torn tissue paper. Be sure to visit Capri +3 to see how she does it with her children!
Torn Tissue Paper Eggs
Tearing tissue paper is an excellent fine motor skill for little ones and they absolutely LOVE to do it too because ripping paper is often frowned upon!


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2 Responses to Torn Tissue Paper Eggs ~ Artsy Play Wednesday 3/26

  1. Victoria Ess says:

    These turn out so lovely! I remember making these in school ages ago.

  2. DARLENE W says:

    Wonderful just like a stained glass egg

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