Thursday, May 23, 2013

Paper crafts - DIY Kitchen Tissue flower card

In the last Mother's Day, I made a special card for my mom.

We usually have a great dinner to celebrate Mother's Day with my parents.

But this year, I decided to make a special card.

Because my son had done some experiments about ink colors. I found that his works are quite beautiful. Throwing them away are just wasteful. Thus, I turn them into a special card.

I like it so much! How do you think?


The steps to make this are as follows:

1. draw some dots with color pens or ink on the kitchen tissue as shown in the image.

2. drip some water in the middle, the color will spread out.

As one color is mixed by different colors and different colors spread in different speed, the spreadings are colorful instead of in single color.

After the kitchen tissue had been dried, I cut them out and fold them to make a bunch of flowers.

Draw the background with black pen and punch some circles to make the centre of the flowers.


  1. I have linked to this post in my new round-up of paper towel art. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. This is so cute! What a fun crafting material!


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