here, here and with felt, here] - so I'm making more for Halloween decor and if you fancy it, I guarantee its much simpler than you may think! [also, strangely therapeutic].
What I Used:
5 sheets of orange tissue paper
Glue Stick / Scissors
To start, you need to fold your 5 sheets into halves, until a rectangle of approximately XXcm x XXcm is achieved [this is only an additional fold if buying tissue paper in a pack like mine].
Next, trim off all the folded edges to create a tower of separate sheets of tissue paper, all of a [approximately] equal size:
Create a honeycomb template by taking a sheet of paper and marking guidelines - I made lines 2cm in width and labelled them in turn  and :
Lay your tissue paper parallel to the guidelines and trace the lines with your glue stick - firstly, following all lines labelled :
 and .
Leave your stack of glued tissue paper to dry fully. Once dry, start to open your honeycomb, by gently pulling either end away from the other. This is also a perfect opportunity to see where any areas may not have stuck properly and can be fixed.
[you may need to tidy up the lines if the tissue paper stack is particularly thick]:
...and then add a piece of card to one end. This will help provide stability and give the opposite side something to be attached to once the honeycomb decoration is opened. Finally, thread a piece of string through the sheets that will be the top of the honeycomb decoration and loosely knot to hold in place. This will be your hanging:
Once fully dried, gently start opening your honeycomb decoration so that both ends meet. You can fix them in place with paperclips:
I also created a non-hanging, half-pumpkin version to frame.
Simply use half the number of tissue paper pieces and attach the ends to a flat surface with glue or sticky-tac:
[I highly recommend coming back tomorrow. One word. Teacakes]