- 1). Blow the balloon up until it is the size of an orange or grapefruit. Knot off the end to tie it securely.
- 2). Cut up pieces of green tissue paper into small squares. Dip a small foam brush in collage paste and cover the balloon with a thin layer of paste.
- 3). Press the squares of green tissue paper onto the balloon, covering the balloon completely and allowing the squares to overlap. Cover the balloon in more paste and add more overlapped squares of tissue paper. Allow the balloon to dry overnight.
- 4). Stick a pin in the balloon, just underneath where the knot is. Allow the air to escape slowly. Gently pull the balloon out from the chrysalis. You can now make the mouth of the chrysalis wider if you like.
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