|This is how we set up the tables for the kids.|
|Use a canvas cloth underneath as a place for your work.|
|Rip up tissue paper in tiny, tiny pieces. Dip in water and then press very firmly to the canvas. The goal is to push the fibers of the tissue paper together. When they dry, they will re-bond. Do not use large chunks of tissue paper!|
|After your whole picture is complete, let dry for one or two days. If there is a lot of water on the picture, you might need to set up a fan to dry more thoroughly.|
|After the images were dry, we glazed a Mod Podge layer over the top. I have heard that you can also use a little bit of glue mixed with the water (while you are making the picture). The Mod Podge allowed the piece to be sealed and secure.|
|Then, I hot glued each project to a piece of white foam board for a lovely backing.|
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