If you’re looking for a fun project to do with the kids on a budget (it’s trickier than you think!), then you’ll definitely want to take a look at my personal favorite 20 toilet paper roll crafts for kids. As a craft-obsessed child, I thought there was nothing cooler than taking an ordinary disposable object and turning it into something new and fun. Perhaps that’s why toilet paper roll crafts are such a popular way to keep the little ones busy and thinking creatively! The best part about using toilet paper rolls in your craft projects is that you don’t have to spend a fortune gathering material. There are so many great things that you can make with a toilet tube, from toilet paper roll art to to fun toys and games. Below are the 20 Toilet Paper Roll Crafts for Kids that I think are the absolute coolest.
Creative Character Toilet Paper Roll Crafts
These toilet paper roll crafts are so fun that your children will be blown away when they discover how easy they are to make. For this list, I picked characters from some of the most popular kids movies and television shows, such as the Minions from Despicable Me and Queen Elsa from Frozen. Create a whole collection of colorful characters from this fun collection, and your kids will never be bored again.
Toilet Tube Toys and Games
Looking for fun kids activities on a budget? Check out these cool tutorials for homemade toys and DIY games that use the power of recycling to turn toilet paper rolls into unique projects that will keep the kids occupied for hours.
Decorative Toilet Paper Roll Art
All you need to do is venture on over to your recycling bin, and you’ll soon have everything you need to make beautiful toilet paper roll crafts that look surprisingly lovely displayed in the home. You will never look at toilet paper rolls in the same way again!
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