Tissue Box Shark
Turn a boring old tissue box into a fish gobbling shark with this fun recycling project!
Step 1. Gather your supplies.
Paint the tissue box black and let dry.
Trace the shark template pieces from page 1 onto black foam and cut out the shapes. Make sure you have all the pieces you need: (1) large tail piece (2) triangular fins and (2) quarter circle pieces.
Glue the tail piece to the back left corner of the tissue box.
Glue the pieces together to create a sturdy fin for the top of the shark.
Glue the fin to the top of the tissue box, with the curved part facing the front of the box.
To make the side fins for the shark, take one of the triangular fin pieces and fold the bottom down, as shown. Crease well. Repeat with the other fin.
Cut 2 rows of teeth out of white foam.
Glue the teeth onto the front of the box.
Twist a black Fuzzy Stick between your fingers to create a flat coil. Repeat with a second black Fuzzy Stick so you have 2 coils for the eyes.
To make the fish, trace your fish template pieces (from step 3) on different sheets of colored foam and cut out.
Decorate your fish using a variety of materials, including glitter glue and http://ellobo.com/cialis-available-in-india adhesive jewels.
Keep your fish and shark together. Little kids can feed the fish to the shark.