DIY Toilet Paper Holder

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Do you want to decorate your bathroom for a holiday? What about a chewing gum toilet paper holder? Why not!
Time: 90 MinutesCost: $3Difficulty: Easy
Check out the video above to learn how to make your own!
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Take out all wipes from the box.
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Mark the slit. Cut it out with a craft knife.
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Open the box from the other side.
Trace the top on white paper. Cut it out.
Attach to the bottom.
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Cover the box with white acrylic paint
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We’ll imitate the Wrigley’s Doublemint package. Better get a pack of chewing gum at hand or an image before your eyes. You can find it in the internet.
Outline an arrow. Draw two lines to make a shaft. Add a head.
Make another head on the other end.
Write the brand name. You can print out the logo instead.
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Paint the box green. It’ll be the background. Leave the arrow white.
Cover the sides with the basic color.
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Add a dark red detail. Paint the arrow deep green.
Be careful to leave the letters white.
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The base is ready. Let’s add some details.
Paint little red arrows on the sides.
Repeat for the other side.
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Add the lettering on top and bottom of the central arrow. Use a red pen.
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Mention the pieces quantity with the black pen. Write it on the same place it’s on the original pack.
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That’s enough of painting. Now the package is just like the giant chewing gum.
Attach double-sided mounting tape to the bottom.
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Fasten the holder on the wall. Put in toilet paper. Secure the top with a pushpin.
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Pass the paper through the bottom slit. It’s unusual and cheap.

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Suggested materials for this project:

  • Cardboard wipe box
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
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