Have Fun with Flowers of Kleenex Tissues! From 1961 -- what, you think ReadyMade invented this stuff? This fine book tells you how to make all the popular flowers -- roses, tulips, poinsettias, and more -- as well as how to makes wreaths, tabletop trees, and even parade floats!
I'm particularly fond of the Chevy logo among the suggested ideas. Won't your boss be pleased when you show up at the next all-hands meeting with your company logo made of Kleenex flowers? He'll probably walk it right into the next board meeting and take all the credit, and what will you have to show for your 30 hours of tissue manipulation and wire-mesh-forming? Bupkiss.
And, what's more, now you don't even have any Kleenex brand tissues left to wipe your tears away. You'll have to use Scott brand paper towels (another fine Kimberly-Clark product), which will give you a rash if you rub too hard, so be careful.
It's probably best just to make a wreath of poinsettias for Aunt Clarissa, because she always loves those kind of things, even though it means you'll have to listen to her advice about your hair and clothes and weight. But, she's family, whaddyagonnado?Below are some spreads from the book.