Fall Paper Chains
Fall Paper Chains!
2. Lay the shape on the edge of the tissue paper and mark the width of the shape with a light pencil mark.
3. Accordion fold the tissue paper the width of the shape. Lay the shape on the folded tissue paper, and cut around the top and bottom of the shape, leaving the sides connected (important for your chain to connect!)
We hope you enjoyed the projects today! Have fun!
Theresa has been married to John for 24 years, we have 10 children and three grandchildren. Five of our children are still being homeschooled, the youngest is in third grade. I'm a blessed child of God. I love everything about homemaking! Joyous Home was started in 2007 to encourage homemaking!