Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art Well that’s a mouthful! 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. This couldn’t have come at a better time because I have wanted to start this project forever and once Miss Kelly made her way into my kitchen I knew it was time to start it. This was the image I saw that sparked me to start saving my toilet paper rolls. I literally have been saving my rolls for. ever. Here’s what my toilet paper wall art turned into! Ok let’s get down to the nitty gritty. Next, I cut them up. Then, I took 4 pieces and glued them together using a hot glue gun. I continued doing this until I had about 40. Then I took the mirror I was going to use (10″ mirror purchased at Joann’s for $8) and placed it on the floor and started adding all the circles around keeping in mind that I wanted to keep it in a circle. Linking Up To: Young House Love Bower Power
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Dream Tree: Toilet Paper Roll Christmas Ornaments Who would ever guess you could make a Christmas ornament look this elegant from empty toilet paper rolls?? Well, you can! It is super easy and super CHEAP! It cost under a dollar to make this ornament. Michaels invited me to be a part of their Dream Tree Challenge. I decorated one of their Christmas tree’s using their store products and also created this ornament for my Dream Tree. This is what a Jeweled Forest Christmas Tree looks like. supplies: empty toilet paper or paper towel rolls spray paint silver glitter – color will be dependent on the look you are going for spray adhesivehot glue gun jewels or embellishments from the jewelry aisle at Michaels Stores. Cut strips about 3/4 in wide from the toilet paper rolls. The scrolls were then added to the outside of the cardboard circle with hot glue. Spray paint cardboard. Once the spray paint is dry I sprayed the ornament with spray adhesive and then poured glitter over the entire ornament. Here is is hanging on the tree. So how cool is this:
Csillag tejesdobozból A szívemhez legközelebb mindig azok az ötletek állnak, amelyek a lehető leghétköznapibb, sőt, inkább már kidobásra váró tárgyakból készülnek, amikor valami egészen új és váratlan lesz olyasmiből, amiben amúgy már nehéz meglátni a lehetőséget. Egy tejesdoboz például hasonló kategória - persze én is készítettem már belőle kastélyt, lovagvárat, madáretetőt és hasonló dolgokat, de mindig csak olyasmit, ahol maga a dobozforma megmaradt. Most viszont eszembe jutott valami más - éppen akkor, amikor a gyertyaöntéshez félretett tejesdobozokat raktam egy kupacba -, és a végeredménnyel nagyon elégedett vagyok. :-) Ez is egy olyan dolog, ami gyerekekkel is megvalósítható, és számomra mindig öröm megmutatni nekik, hogy egy igazán kidobásra szánt dologból készülhet valami új és látványos is. A tejesdoboz a szokásos egyszerű típus (bár azt hiszem, nagy különbségek ezek között nincsenek... :-) ) A tejesdoboz végét és alját levágtam egy éles késsel (egyből kettőnek is):
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Christmas Paper Crafts Christmas ornaments, cards, snowflake cutouts and tree decorations have been made from paper for generations. As children we learned how to make cut out snowflakes, paper chains, stars and many different paper crafts for the holiday season. As adults these same simple creative crafts made with paper are still satisfying and fun, adding a homey, nostalgic touch to our holiday decor. Paper crafts for the holidays can be good for the environment: recycle previous year’s Christmas cards into this year’s post cards, gift tags, gift boxes and ornaments. Make holiday collage pictures with seasonal themes from the artwork you snip from old cards. Cut out shapes from recycled papers to make patterns and stencils; we use newsprint or used wrapping paper to make cut paper garlands and snowflakes to hang from the ceiling or window frame. Christmas and New Year are the perfect time for paper crafts projects.
Advent calendar / Calendario navideño I wanted my kids to count down the days until Christmas (and maybe stop asking me 10 times a day if Santa will come soon). So I keep on with the Christmas crafts, and made an advent calendar with toilet paper rolls. Quería que mis hijos pudieran descontar los días hasta Navidad (y tal vez dejar de preguntarme 10 veces al día si Santa vendrá pronto). Material: Toilet paper rolls, tissue paper or crepe paper, Christmas wrapping paper, ribbon and glue. I cut the roll into two or three pieces, but you can leave them whole, it depends of what you want to put inside. Material: rollos de papel higiénico, papel chino o papel crepé, papel de envoltura navideño, listón y pegamento. Corte los rollos en dos o tres piezas, pero los pueden dejar enteros, depende de lo que quiere poner adentro. Put surprises inside the rolls and closes them with tissue paper. Ponga las sorpresas adentro de los rollos y cierra con papel chino. Cut strips on the Christmas paper and glue them around rolls. Et voilà!
50+ Homemade Wine Cork Crafts Wine corks are some of the best recyclables to transform into craft supplies, as they are attractive and easy to work with using household tools. Wine cork crafts are getting more and more trendy lately. So this holiday season, instead of throwing out your used wine bottle corks with the trash, why not recycle them into creative artwork and functional pieces to use in your home or office? Check out these homemade wine cork crafts, which will surely inspire you to create your own beautiful or practical creations from wine corks. You can buy wine corks from Amazon. Whale Wine Cork Board Arrange the wine corks in the shape of a whale and affix with hot glue. Wine Cork Art Reindeer This cute reindeer adds a fun and festive style to your Christmas decoration. Wine Cork Snake Teddy Bear Wine Cork Ornament Wine Cork Horse Wine Cork Love Bugs What a lovely Valentine’s day craft idea for your kids. Star Shaped Wine Cork Decor Heart Shaped Wine Cork Wall Art DIY Wine Cork Christmas Wreath Wine Cork Heart
40+ Toilet Paper Roll Crafts How To Fold A Paper Santa Christmas This paper Santa is great for embellishing Christmas cards and gifts. Because he can stand on his own, he makes a sweet place setting. You could also add a tie to his hat and use him as an ornament. I’m using a square of paper that’s white on one side and red on the other. With the white side up, fold diagonally in half one way. Unfold and flip over your paper. Fold a thin strip down at the top. Flip over your paper. Fold lower edges in to middle as shown. Fold bottom up as shown. Fold edges in; these act as Santa’s ‘stand’. Flip over your paper. And we’re done! Tagged : origami, paper-folding, santa, papai_noel, Christmas, place_settings, greeting_cards, decorations Recycled Fabric Napkin Rings from Saran Wrap Tubes I made this fabric napkin rings recycled craft from an empty Saran Wrap tube. A few months ago I was getting ready to throw away an empty Saran Wrap box and happened to notice how the cardboard tube inside was oh so strong and sturdy. What useful thing could I make with such a pretty?? It’s round. Not easily crushed. Ah! And that is how a cardboard tube ended up in my craft closet for three months. Supplies for making my fabric napkin rings recycled craft (for 8 rings): Like it? How to make fabric-covered napkin rings from a recycled cardboard Saran Wrap tube One typical cardboard tube of Saran Wrap will make 8 napkin rings that are 1-1/2″ inches wide and 1-3/8″ diameter. How to make recycled napkin rings – First cut napkin rings from Saran Wrap cardboard tube. Using your measuring tape, measure 1-3/8″ and mark with a pencil around the circumference of the cardboard tube. Carefully cut your pencil lines using an Xacto knife. Hide cardboard tube markings (optional).
DIY Chouettes Récup' Rouleaux Papier Toilette Les rouleaux de papier toilette, c’est chouette !!! Voilà une idée créative toute simple qui vous permettra de recycler de façon rigolote les cartons de vos rouleaux de papier toilette pour les transformer en jolies petites créatures nocturnes. Une activité manuelle ludique qui sensibilisera vos enfants au recyclage des déchets et à l’écologie. Difficulté Coût Temps Âge3 ans Matériel Rouleaux de papier toilette videsMoule papier CupcakePapier à motifs type « Décopatch »Rubans fantaisiesPerforatrices motifs « cœur » et « fleur »Carte blanche, verte, rose, mauve et orangeCiseauxVernis collePaillettePinceau brosse Étapes Pour commencer, recouvrez le tube carton de papier toilette de colle et appliquez votre papier à motifs.
DIY Candles Made In Toilet Paper Rolls (Mid-Page) I love summer entertaining, so I created some beautiful mason jar lanterns to use for some of our summer parties. These lanterns were so easy to make, thanks to the new David Tutera Casual Elegance line, available exclusively at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores. The casual elegance line is designed and sold under bridal, but can be used for so much more! I love how the David Tutera Casual Elegance line is the perfect combination of rustic, modern, and vintage, with its' burlap, lace, and Kraft paper elements. So lovely! I made four mason jar lanterns (2 large and 2 medium), added handles to hang them, and then crafted some candles that I molded inside toilet paper rolls. Mason Jar Lantern: Supplies: Mason jarsSpray paint (in any color you like- optional)David Tutera Casual Elegance Stretch Lace RibbonDavid Tutera Casual Elegance Windowpane Jute RibbonWire coat hangerWire cuttersGlueFoam brushGlue gun Instructions: 1. 2. 3. 4. DIY Candles Made in Toilet Paper Rolls: 1. 2. 3. 4.
How To Fold A Christmas Money Tree Giving cash this Christmas? Instead of sticking the bill in a card, how about making a card out of the bill? With this easy folding technique, you’ll have the whole project done in less than five minutes. A bit of sticky-back tape will affix our dollar trees to the cardstock. A snowflake punched out of gold paper provides the perfect star on top! Looking for more seasonal DIY projects and ideas? Tagged : paper-folding, origami, Christmastree, greeting-card, money-folding