Step 3: Folding and Gluing
We folded the torn edge first, beginning the strip a little over ¼ of an inch. Children are not that precise, so I started the first fold for many of the pieces, and the kids continued to fold the piece after that.
After the first 15 or so were folded, we began to glue the edges down. If I had glue sticks, I would have used those. But, the tacky glue worked just as well (possibly even better,) it was just a lot messier. We used tooth picks to spread it across the entire edge of the strip.
There is a picture how at one point we had the three different phases of the strips for this process just sitting around on my kitchen table!
In the end, you should have 50-strips glued and complete to begin crafting the bowl.