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Tissue Paper Window Rocket
August 2nd, 2012 by Craftylocks

This project takes a bit of set up by a grown up, but even quite young children can do the tissue paper part of the process, and that is where all the fun is. You will need coverseal, black paper and bits of tissue paper.

Cut a shape out of black paper and attach it to the sticky side of some coverseal. You could also draw a shape onto the ‘not-sticky’ side of the coverseal – if you do that make sure the lines are thick.
Stick bits of tissue paper onto the sticky side of the coverseal until all the sticky bits are covered up.
It does not matter if the tissue paper goes outside the lines.
Cut the shape out, following the edge of the black shape and trimming any overlapping bits of tissue in the process. Display in a window so the light from our special star can shine through the tissue paper.

We have also made a tissue paper window bird.

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3 Responses  
Craftylocks writes:
September 1st, 2012 at 10:36 pm

Hi Dawny,
Yes it sure is – sorry for using a confusing term! I will update my terms page to cover both names for it.

Thanks,
Sarah

dawnymarieee writes:
August 21st, 2012 at 12:37 pm

is coverseal like “contact paper” ty

dawnie writes:
August 12th, 2012 at 1:28 pm
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