Thursday 29 October 2015


One of the decorations we added to our Halloween craft cache this year was paper chains. We made them out of a bat and spider. They were quite impromptu so just using some black tissue paper that we had in our craft cupboard. Depending on the size and intricacy of the decoration, they are an easy one for children to make who can either fold the paper as required and/or cut along the lines.

White paper (to create template)
Strips of black paper (we used tissue paper to get the desired length)
Tape or pins to hang

1. Draw your design on a folded piece of white paper. It needs to be symmetrical.
2. Fold your paper in a concertina style.
3. Use your template to cut required shape.
4. Open up and hang using tape or pins. If you want to join in a longer line tape two or more strips together.

images the indigo crew 

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