Wrap yarn around two toilet paper tubes to create the cutest pom pom carpet.
Cut a toilet paper tube and envelop it in burlap and mesh for a gorgeous tablescape piece.
Refashion it into a stylish charging station for your phone with some washi tape. Too adorable!
Press the tubes flat and cut them into strips. Then glue them to a twine, cardboard or foam wreath form.
Hot glue a bunch of toilet paper tubes to a cardboard base and paint them your favorite color!
Add a little newspaper to them to get a vintage look & cut a bottom piece. Fill with soil. Done.
Add strips of magazines in patterns over toilet paper tubes to get that groovy vibe.
Get those store window jewelry organizers with some glue and paint.
Cut them into strips and shape them into petals around layered cardboard squares. Brilliant.
Cover them in holiday designs and fill them. Place them on your table for a festive feel.
Got a Harry Potter fan in the family? Copy the floating candles from the Great Hall with some paint & glue.
All you need is tissue paper, toilet paper rolls, a glue stick, and ribbon and voila!
Grab some toilet paper tubes, card stock, scrapbook paper, Mod Podge, and most importantly, glitter!
Fold them into the shape of your choice to stamp a paper or wrapping. So cute.
Snip and roll the cardboard into the desired peacock shape, and paint in bright pastels.
Just roll the paper onto the tubes, and plot out where you want the color scheme to be.
Trim crepe paper, glue to the roll, then fill with taffy and poppers.
Coat the paper roll in peanut butter, and roll it over seeds for the neighborhood birds.
Dry the rose petals, mix with essential oil, and wrap the roll in decorative scrap paper or fabric.
Pinch and glue the rolls into a flower, and red and blue for the holiday.
Use a paper towel roll and push a paper egg carton on each end for a portable puzzle carrier.
Add an upcycled part to your garden by painting a few rolls, and gluing tops together for a castle.
Brighten the day by packing dollars, mini soap, and candy in a roll for the homeless.
Paint rolls, glue on googly eyes, and fill with candy for a Halloween treat.
Hot glue rolls together, cover in green crepe paper, and fill with a special piece of candy for each day till Christmas.
Paint the cardboard first, then cut into .5” strips, and glue into a decorative decor item.
Take a simple roll, and cut a slit big enough for your phone so you can enjoy your music loud.
Position the position of the rolls over the picture, cut out with an x-acto knife, and use modge podge.