Tissue Box Monster
Seventh Generation came out with the cutest DIY tissue box monster video on YouTube showing appreciation for their one million Facebook fans. Congratulations, Seventh Generation! Check the adorable video out here:
As a fan of Seventh Generation products myself (I love that they promote healthy products, healthy environment, healthy communities, and healthy company!), I decided to make my own DIY tissue box monster. This is the perfect family craft to do with your kids. It’s creative, fun, and quite easy. Even better, you repurpose and reinvent!
For my monster, I decided to make a partner in crime for my Monster wreath since I had some extra feather boas. I started by painting my empty tissue box yellow. I added black (rotten of course) teeth with black construction paper. I wrapped my feather boas around the box and glued it with hot glue.
Next I created my monster feet by painting and cutting a paper towel roll into fourths. I cut a jagged edge on one end and folded them up for toes.
I used scrapbook paper for my monster eye and glued it on. Here he is!
Here he is, a little more sophisticated, with a bow tie.
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