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Faux Metal Wall Art (Including FREE patterns!) BySusan MyersonAugust 31, 2012 This faux metal wall art project was originally published on The Sitcom in December 2010, and was recently featured in the August issue of Crafts ‘N Things Magazine.

Faux Metal Wall Art (Including FREE patterns!)

Who knew that a bunch of toilet paper tubes and an idea would become so big? I’m so glad that you stopped by to check out this fun tutorial! It is the most popular craft project on the Sitcom! And that is saying a lot. Christmas Ornament Countdown: Cardboard Tube Snowflakes. Cheri: This is my second ornament in the Christmas Ornament Countdown.

Christmas Ornament Countdown: Cardboard Tube Snowflakes

I like to work in paper and when I can use paper that was something else at one time, that makes it doubly good. These ornaments are made from paper and toilet paper rolls. They are really quite easy to make. All you need to do is take the roll and flatten it. Then take a ruler and measure in ¼ inch increments. Decorating miles of Christmas garlands… Christmas is only a month away, oh no, where has the time gone?!

decorating miles of Christmas garlands…

It seems like it was not too long ago that we were spending hours getting ready and putting up the Christmas decorations in our then newly opened hotel. It is hard to believe that our second Christmas is just around the corner and it is the time for us to tackle the miles and miles of artificial garlands and boxes and boxes of ornaments to bring the Christmas mood to the hotel! It was quite a rash then I remember as the hotel was only 2 months old and we were busy ensuring the operations were running smoothly and at the same time establishing and securing business for our new property. We stayed back after office hours for days to get the decorations done including packing biscuits from our kitchen with handmade cards for room-drops, it was very tiring but fun nonetheless and the hotel looked great when it was all done.

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Paper Roll Twisted Oak Tree

I've also run out of paper rolls, so that helps. This time, I put together something a little less whimsical -- an old twisted oak tree for the wall. This is actually version number one (aka my trial version) as I intend to make another one about 3 feet tall. This one is only about 18", but the process will be basically the same. Obviously, the paper rolls were used for the leaves, and I also used paper grocery bags for the trunk. Begin by cutting a grocery bag into strips about 6" wide. Align the strips into a bundle, then begin arranging the roots and branches. Once dry, the branches and roots are very stiff. The branches and roots can still be shaped a bit. Since this was my trial version, I wasn't being particularly careful about the printing on the grocery bags, and I ended up with some of the print showing.

When the stain dried, it was time to start applying the leaves. DIY: How To Make Cabbage Roses Using Empty Toilet Tissue Tubes. Empty Toilet Paper Tubes Scissor Pencil Glue Gun Glue Stick (click photos to enlarge) About the Author Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.

DIY: How To Make Cabbage Roses Using Empty Toilet Tissue Tubes

Muffin Tin Mom: Craft Coardboard Stars from a Toilet Paper Roll. Wall art made out of toilet paper rolls pecock. Toilet Roll Crafts, Toilet Paper Tu… Paint cut paste - Part 2. I’m almost certain that you’ve seen this eco-chic interior design element out there in the d.i.y. blogosphere… the transformation of a paper towel or toilet paper roll into wall art.

paint cut paste - Part 2

(who doesn’t drool over design sponge? Adore them.) that’s where i first saw this cute project, and it captured my interest, but it seemed a rather adult art project to me. i always get excited about the idea of using things from our recycling bin! Naturally, i wanted N to join in the upcycling fun. i mean, this truly is a paint cut paste project (uh… cut, paint, paste) so we tried it out… cutting through cardboard with kid scissors isn’t too much fun, so i cut up two paper towel rolls into little rings that were about an inch wide. i didn’t measure to be exact – i just eye-balled it. when the white paint was dry, the fun began.

After the leaves and petals had adhered together, N drizzled the glue generously onto the back of the flower, and i pressed it into her frame. Duvar dekorasyonu için kağıt rulodan pano yapımı - Kendin Yap - JEYYU. Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art. Well that’s a mouthful!

Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art

So the time has come, it’s Pinterest Challenge time again! Every season Sherry from YHL and Katie from Bower Power throw a little link party to get people to stop pinning things and actually start making. Toilet Paper Roll Art. Everyday I walk into my house and look at our entry way and dream up what I’m going to put on the walls.

Toilet Paper Roll Art

At some point I want to make/buy some type of shelving, bench or table, but I decided the walls were the best place to start. Tutorials: Paper Roll Puppy. Yup.

Tutorials: Paper Roll Puppy

Still obsessing. But I guess there's worse things to obsess about. This one is free, not unhealthy, and I wouldn't be embarrassed if my neighbors found out. So you might be seeing a few more come your way. Clever Crafts Using Toilet Paper Rolls. Scrap paper loop sculpture... Great sub lesson! Toilet Paper Roll Crafts - Page 7 of 38 - Kids Kubby. DIY Toilet Paper Rolls Wall Decor Pictures, Photos, and Images for Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, and Twitter. Toilet Paper Roll Crafts - Page 38 of 38 - Kids Kubby. 4 Crazy Kings: Mother's Day Ideas: Card Board MOM Sign. This is a project for older children. I should think with an adults help an eight year old could manage this.

I left the cardboard unpainted but you could spray paint it. cereal box paper cutter or scissors glue gun cut box into 7 one inch strips curl 4 strips - start by running your fingers along the length of the strip several times - pulling up as you go. This will make it easier to then wrap the strip around your finger to curl. To make a M: start with 2 curled strips One strip folded in half to form a V. You will be gluing these items together. Like so: Place a bead of glue in fold of bottom point. To make the Heart O: Fold one strip in half and curl like so. This is the tricky part...well simple to do but hard to explain.

When you are finished it will be fairly sturdy. Here is a variation: