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I looked out the window and what did I see? Popcorn popping on an apricot tree. It’s springtime! Just the right time to make a spring blossom picture! Here’s what you will need:
- a sheet of light blue paper
- white pencil
- elmer’s glue
- fine salt
- brown paint
- light colored tissue paper cut into small squares.
Use the white pencil to draw some branches of a tree. Paint your branches with glue (do a nice thick layer).
Sprinkle lots and lots of salt over the glue. Let the glue dry and then shake the salt off. (We didn’t have time to let the glue dry, so we had to be extra delicate doing the next step).
Lay a square of tissue paper onto the top of a pencil (the side without the point) and fold downward, forming a flower blossom. Dip the flat part into glue and stick onto a tree branch. Keep doing that until your tree is covered with flowers. We glued little crushed up balls of tissue paper to the center of the flowers just to make them a little more colorful.
And there you have it, a beautiful tree with lots of spring blossoms! Achooo! Just kidding these trees are hypoallergenic!