Start by cutting your green tissue paper into squares. Older kids will be able to do this themselves and some younger children will be able to do it with a little help but if you are making this craft with very young children you will want to do it for them.
Next cover the paper plate with glue. I've used a PVA glue (school glue) but a glue stick should also work and would mean that the glue will dry quicker.
Stick your tissue paper squares all over your paper plate covering as much of the area as you can. It's obviously fine for the tissue paper to overlap and this makes a nice change in the colours.
Cut a tree trunk shape from brown card or paper and glue this onto your paper plate.
Tear pieces up of the pink tissue and scrunch them up into small balls to form your tree's blossom. Carefully glue them onto the green part of your paper plate tree. Scrunching tissue paper is a really nice sensory craft, we love listening to it and it can be quite relaxing too!