In fact I got the package that we used today from the thrift store for a few dollars and it will last us the rest of the year.
We have used it on Star and Mosque Banners, Making a Soos, a Crescent Moon Puff Disc, Paper Lanterns and most recently our Allah Framed Art. There are another half dozens tissue paper crafts on Pinterest also.
Today as part of our 30 Day Crafty Challenge we used tissue paper again to create Eid Art.
Play around with your paper until you get a design you like.
When you are happy with the design, layer a thin coat of Mod Podge on your white cardstock. It's always best to do this over a plastic mat.
Lay your colored paper over and add another thin layer of Mod Podge. Keep adding and layering your cut tissue.
Layer your two cut squares over each other for the Khatam star. Add a thin layer on the yellow cardstock.
Evenly place your white cardstock over your yellow and add a final thin layer over the entire masterpiece.
Yellow cardstock 1/2 inch wider
Cut various sizes of stripes from different colored paper. For the letter D, we folded a piece over and cut half of a U shape. We also cut two 1 1/2 inch squares for out Khatam 8 pointed star.