It’s cold & flu season, annnnd if you have kiddos (like me!) you probably already knew that! haha! ;) With my 5 kiddos it seems like just about every other week or so someone has a cough or the sniffles. Usually when my kiddos are sick especially if they have a fever along with that runny nose I’ll try to quarantine them in my bedroom. I try to keep all the germs in one room. Sometimes it works, sometimes not so much, but I try. ;) Anyways, while they are in lock down I try to keep them entertained with some fun movies, yummy snacks & a craft or two to pass the time. Of course, they’ll have a big box of Kleenex, a favorite blanket & toy in there as well. Annnd sometimes we even use the Kleenex in our craft projects! Today I’m excited to show you how to make these easy Kleenex angels ~ a perfect sick day craft (or really anytime craft!). :)
For this project you’ll need:
First you’ll put one Kleenex square down, then you’ll bunch up another square & sit it right in the middle.
Use a piece of twine to tie the first tissue around the tissue ball to make your angel’s head.
Next take another Kleenex tissue square & fold it into a triangle & then fold it into a triangle again until it looks like this.
Next get your angle’s head & put a little dab of school glue right in the middle.
Then stick your angle’s head to the top of it’s triangle body.
To make the wings get another Kleenex square & bunch it together in the middle. Tie a piece of twine around the middle & knot it.
Then glue the wings to the back of your angel. That’s it ~ a Kleenex angel! :) Annnd the good thing about these angels if you feel a sneeze coming on just grab an angel! They are great at catching sneezes! ha! ;)
Make sure you grab a $1 off Kleenex 4 packs or larger coupon to use at Target.
Do you have any fun sick day traditions, crafts or recipes? I’d love to hear! :)