It's really easy to make Christmas baubles from tissue paper. Find out how!

You will need:
  • Tissue paper
  • Saucer
  • Cereal Box Card
  • Stick glue
  • Paper clip
  • String or ribbon
  • Scissors
Draw around a saucer onto some sheets of coloured tissue paper.
You need to cut out thirty circles of tissue paper for each bauble.
You'll also need a circle of cereal box card, that's slightly smaller than the circles of tissue paper.
Next, carefully cut the card circle in half, using a pair of scissors.
Now take the thirty tissue circles and fold them in half and press well down, to get a nice centre fold.
Stick glue one the semicircles of card in the middle of one half of the folded tissue circles, like this.
Then turn over and repeat on the other side.
When the card pieces have stuck, open out the first sheet of tissue paper.
Dab stick glue down the centre fold...
...and three blobs of stick glue at 12 o'clock, 3 o'clock, and 6 o'clock points.
Fold the next sheet of tissue over and press it down into the blobs of glue you just made.
Dab more stick glue down the centre fold, followed by two blobs of glue at 2 o'clock and 4 o'clock.
Fold over another sheet and gently press into the glue.

Keep alternating the position of the blobs of glue on each sheet.
When all the sheets are glued, you'll end up with this!
Tape a loop of string or ribbon at the top of one side, at the centre fold, like this.
Now unfold the whole thing completely.
Finish by popping a paperclip on, to keep it together.
That completes a lovely tissue paper bauble ready to hang up.
For other ideas, why not alternate the colour of the tissue circles to give a great two-tone effect?
Or completely multicoloured, like this one?
For smaller baubles, you only need twenty circles that are the same size as the base of a mug.

Try it yourself!