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Tissue paper window art

window art using tissue paper, glue and water.
First in a bowl mix glue and water. (I did not measure but I used about 1/4 bottle of glue and about 3/4 cup of water) You want more water then glue.
Tear up pieces of tissue paper dip them in the glue mix then palce on window. Easy and simple. Once done let dry.

Note~ I herd of people having a hard time getting this off windows. I tried both baby wipes and window cleaner and it all came off very easy even after it dried.
We also used school glue witch is washable.


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