Parents, grandparents, school teachers and babysitters should always have a secret weapon craft project up their sleeve the next time a rainy day keeps them and the kids inside. Making decorations out of foil paper is one of those projects that is always accessible, cheap and engaging. Just pull out a few everyday items and you're ready to go. Make...
M/F Lay a sheet of foil paper flat on the work area.
M/F Place a stencil over top of the foil, making sure that the foil completely fills the stencil to the edges.
M/F Use a pencil to trace the outline of the stencil and continue until the sheet of foil is full of shapes.
M/F Use a glue stick to mount the foil paper onto card stock and allow the glue to fully dry. Cut out the shapes.
M/F Attach the fishing line to the shapes to hang them from the ceiling, or use the shapes to decorate gifts for special occasions.
M/F Stack eight sheets of foil paper, shiny side up.