You will want to make these fun toilet paper roll crafts. These are as much fun for adults as they are for kids, we have holiday crafts too.
Toilet paper roll crafts
Paper roll monsters
Whether it’s a monster party, Halloween, or you are watching fun monster movies, kids are going to love making these paper roll monsters. You can find my instructions on Kids Activities Blog.
Pretty paper roll gift boxes
These paper roll gift boxes are simply beautiful, and an inexpensive way to gift something small without spending a lot of money. You’ll find the instructions to make these over at The Centsible Life.
Leprechaun pillow box
This may be a pillow box craft, but it is made just as easily using a paper roll. You’ll find the instructions to make these adorable Leprechaun Pillow Boxes that you can fill with gold chocolate coins or other treats at The Centsible Life.
Paper roll bunnies
If you are looking for a last-minute adorable Easter craft for your kids, then head over to The Centsible Life where I’m sharing a tutorial to make these Paper Roll Bunnies.
Paper roll owls
Owls are my favorite, so it’s no surprise that I made these lovely paper roll owls. They are just so cute. They were loved so much that they were included in a craft kit for kids by Top That Publishing. You can find my instructions for making your own paper roll owls over at The Centsible Life
Pillow box bat treat boxes
These pillow box bat treat boxes have been one of the most popular posts on my blog since I made them as part of a campaign for Hershey’s Boo Boulevard. They are perfect to fill with Halloween treats for the kids. You don’t need pillow boxes to make these though, since making these ones I’ve seen a lot of people sharing photos of them being made with paper rolls that have been painted black or have black paper wrapped around them.
Thing 1 and Thing 2 toilet paper roll crafts
These Thing 1 and Thing 2 paper roll crafts are so adorable with their fuzzy hair. The twins loved making these for Dr. Seuss’s birthday. You can find my full instructions over at Multiples and More.
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