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Family tree
Family tree
You can use the cardboard tubes from paper towel and toilet paper rolls to shape branches and leaves to make a family tree on your wall. Stick photographs in between the branches and paint the cardboard to give it a fresher look!
Painted faces
Painted faces
These cool mask art pieces are actually old toilet paper rolls. All you have to do is smash and bend the cardboard until it resembles a face. After that, a paint job will make an old piece of trash look like a cool piece of tribal art.
Roll Wreath
Roll Wreath
You can make a very pretty wreath for your house out of old toiler paper rolls! Cut the tubes into evenly shaped, measured rings. Glue the tubes together, using paper clips to hold them together while they dry. You can also paint the wreath, using different colors for different seasons. Hang and enjoy!
Wall art
Wall art
You can add some design to your bare walls by making a toilet paper flower grid. First, squash your rolls, then cut them to your desired thickness. Do this until you have enough to make the grid of your size preference. Form four petals into a flower shape using a hot glue gun. Then, connect all the flowers to form a larger piece. When they're done drying, you can spray paint them!
Pixel art
Pixel art
Pixel art is basically images that can be made out from a certain distance and not so much from up close, since the figure consists of block shapes. Recognizable shapes are still fun to make, though. You can make a pixel hanging of a favorite cartoon character for a kid's room by painting rolls and gluing them together.
Hanging design fixture
Hanging design fixture
Buy a thin wooden frame from a craft store. To get the curly cardboard parts, cut the toilet paper roll once lengthwise and then cut strips roughly the same depth as the wood width wise. You can try any design you want. Use a hot glue gun to fix everything into place. They look great in a bathroom or kitchen.
Panel art
Panel art
Get a few cheap canvases from any art store and the possibilities are endless! Here's an example of tree art spread out over three pieces. The toilet paper rolls are the painted leaves.
Corner forest carvings
Corner forest carvings
Japanese artist/designer Yuken Teruya is credited for coming up with this idea, which will have you cut and perforate cardboard toilet paper rolls. Then, stick them on branches that hang on the walls or down from the ceiling of your room. It's easy and elegant!
Valentine decorations
Valentine decorations
Could you ever guess that these hearts are made from toilet paper rolls? Cut them into two slivers and then glue them at the top meeting part. They look awesome hanging on a wall or from the ceiling.
Recycled toilet roll curtain
Recycled toilet roll curtain
If you're eco-friendly and looking for an easy hanging curtain, you can add toilet paper roll cardboard to your project. Add beads, string, and any other objects you want to make this fun-looking hanging design.
Classroom art
Classroom art
Need an idea to spruce up a classroom or kid's room? Paint toilet paper rolls to look like little animals, like owls or birds. It's an easy project that can add some much-needed color to your walls.
Flower art
Flower art
The perfect craft for spring time. Daisies made from toilet paper tubes are super easy for a DIY project, and spruce up the drabbest of rooms for warmer weather!
Hanging decor
Hanging decor
These painted upcycled toilet paper tubes are super easy to make and perfect for Fourth of July decor (you can paint them to match any occasion, though). You could also put them outside and paint them to look like birdhouses.
Oh christmas tree, oh christmas tree
Oh christmas tree, oh christmas tree
You can glue toilet paper rolls together to make a cute little Christmas tree. A small decorative tree looks great anywhere in the house during the holidays.
Pencil holder
Pencil holder
You can cover toilet paper rolls with twigs and glue them together for a fun-looking pencil holder. It's a super easy project that will keep your kids busy and having fun.
Fridge magnet
Fridge magnet
Bend one end of the toilet paper cardboard back and stick a strong magnet on it. Glue the other end to the front and you have a very useful and versatile holder that you can stick on your fridge.
Stamps
Stamps
Have kids who like to do art projects? Use your old toilet paper roles to make stamps in different designs that they can use to have fun with paint!
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