Craft Supply Holder

Create your own unique Craft Supply Holder by repurposing & recycling items you already have in your home!
Have you gotten into the adult coloring craze?
I'm majorly obsessed! Although to be honest I'm not sure if I ever stopped coloring.
But hey, no one needs to know that!
Most of my craft supplies are packed into drawers, but I wanted something that could sit on my desk, hold lots of supplies, be inexpensive to make, & absolutely adorable!
So I decided to create a Craft Supply Holder using an empty tissue box & empty paper rolls!
And I must say, I'm pretty pleased with the result!
First, cut off the top of the empty tissue box.
Then decorate the craft paper & glue the back side of the craft paper around the tissue box.
Next I trimmed the edges & glued the excess paper to the inside of the tissue box, excuse me, Craft Supply Holder!
ps. If you have lots of extra paper rolls I have a fun unique tutorial to turn them into adorable fall PUMPKINS!
Add as many empty paper rolls as will fit in your Craft Supply Holder.
Then fill with your favorite craft supplies!
You can find the list of materials I used, read all of my tips, what marker & pencil I used to create my polka dots, & my whole blog post by clicking the link below!

Giustina
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  • Ruth James Ruth James on Feb 17, 2016
    Wow, so simple yet so effective, I;ll start saving my empty toilet rolls now. Would it work with a shoebox?

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  • Faith Faith on Feb 02, 2019

    i like you r idea very economical

  • Kay Kay on Aug 06, 2019

    You could use a cearial box. Just cut the top off. Glue the toilet roles inside. Then decorate the outside of the box. ie glue magazine pictures on the outside use wallpaper contact ect. Make sure you measure how low you need to cut from the top of the box. You could even cover the toilet rolls to if you wan't to be fussy. Tip. I would suggest sealing the box with a craft sealer to make it more durable. Kay Adelaide Australia

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