10 Fun and Creative Things To Do With Toilet Paper Rolls

10 Fun and Creative Things To Do With Toilet Paper Rolls

Don’t throw away your toilet paper rolls ever again! Instead, use them to create a variety of fun and interesting projects that the whole family can enjoy. From pretty jewelry projects to delightful home decor ideas, here are some cheap and easy toilet paper roll crafts that you should give a try.



1. Toilet Paper Art

Toilet Paper Art

Use toilet paper rolls to make a beautiful art piece that looks like its made of iron! (Tutorial via Lauren-Likes)

2. Cord Organizer

Cord Organizer

Use empty toilet paper rolls and some washi tape to organize your tangled cords. (Tutorial via Our Thrifty Ideas)

3. Pencil Holder

pencil holder

Make this easy pencil holder, to store pencils, markers and small items. (Tutorial via Craftsboom)

4. Polka Dot Paper Lanterns

Polka Dot Paper Lanterns

Here is a fun way to add a festive garland to a party that also adds some cool lighting when the sun goes down. (Tutorial via Just Crafty Enough)

5. Toilet Paper Roll Cuff Bracelet

Toilet Paper Roll Cuff Bracelet

Fun homemade jewellery for kids to make and wear. (Tutorial via Bowdabra Blog)



6. DIY Phone Stand

Phone Stand

Why buy a phone stand when you can easily make yourself one for free? Take a toilet roll and cut a slit. Decorate with washi tape and add pins to make it stand! (Tutorial via The Seaman Mom)

7. Napkin Rings

Napkin Rings

Upcycle toilet paper tubes into napkin rings for everyday use or for a special occasion. (Tutorial via Toot Sweet 4 Two)

8. Bird Feeder

Bird Feede

Looking for a fun DIY bird feeder you can make with the kids? Try this DIY toilet paper roll version! (Tutorial via Honey + Lime)

9. Seed Starter Pots

Seed Starter Pots

Use toilet paper rolls to make homemade seed starters that disintegrate after you plant them. (Tutorial via Dunster House)

10. Toilet Paper Roll Wreath

Toilet Paper Roll Wreath

Upcycle them into a decorative wreath to hang proudly on your front door or in your window. (Tutorial via Proverbs 31 Life)



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