Make Tissue Holders and Where to Donate them

You can make tissue holders from your fabric scraps. All you need is three small pieces 3.5″ x 5.5″ and a sewing machine. They are quick any easy to stitch up. Great for beginners!

Now more than ever, it’s important to have tissues handy. From little kids to seniors, everyone will appreciate handmade tissue holders.

If you’re making these for kids, choose bright, appealing colors and prints. has a super easy pattern for younger kids to make tissue holders for other kids.

Instructions to for Tissue Holders

Tissue Holder Step 1

Cut three pieces of fabric to 5.5” x 3.5”.

Tissue Holder Step 2

Fold two of the pieces in half, right sides together. Press.

Tissue Holder Step 3

Position the two on your work surface with the folds touching.

Tissue Holder Step 4

Place the third rectangle face down on top of the other two.

Tissue Holder Step 5

Stitch 1/4” from all sides. Trim corners on an angle. Turn right side out. Push pen into the corners to square them off. Add a pack of tissues

Download Our PDF Printable

Yes, it’s that easy! Print a bunch of our instruction sheets and hand them out to your friends or your troop and get started using up those scraps.

Tissue Holder Instructions

Where to Donate Tissue Holders

Find a local Meals on Wheels. They will hand out your tissue holders with the meals they deliver. Take a look at our other ideas for Meals on Wheels tray favors.

You can also put them in donated backpacks. The Blue Ribbon Project sends backpacks with personal care items to kids in foster care. Find out more about their program here.

Don’t forget your local shelters. Check with them first and you can save on postage.

DIY to Donate

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