DIY Project: Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art

Not every day you can find a clever way to reuse something from the you can take a break because someone came with very a simple and beautiful idea that lets you reuse toilet paper rolls.
To make wall decorations you will need: toilette paper rolls, scissors, white glue, stapler, paint + brushes, glitter, laundry pins…What do you think about that?

How to:

  • Crush paper roll

  • Cut into approximately 5 equal parts don’t have to be exact

  • place the rolls on a flat surface creating a desired  pattern. spend time trying different compositions and patterns.

  • glue where rolls are touching, hold with laundry pins to dry. You may use a stapler as an alternative, what ever is easier. I find that glue is easier for the younger kids.

  • You may paint and add sparkles. Sprinkle the glitter on the wet paint, this way it will sticks and you wont need any glue.

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15 Responses to “DIY Project: Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art”

  1. Aliko Abbigliamento says:

    Really Really nice and simple! 😀

  2. Tali says:

    Taking my comment down won’t change the fact that you posted my photos without my permission and without giving me credit. Take the photos down or give me credit, your choice, but if you don’t do either, I will take action and sue you!

  3. Tali says:

    where’s the credit for the first collage of photos taken from my blog ???

    • kelly says:

      wow, they are toilet paper rolls? who cares

      • Kathleen says:

        It’s not the toilet paper rolls, it is plagiarism, they teach you in grade school why it is wrong to pass off someone’s work as your own. And maybe that’s her hubby standing in the photo tapping posts into the wall to hang the flowers. Half this article is a plagiarism, pinched from Imperfectly Perfect and there’s a good chance the other half of ;this article was pinched from another blog. So ask yourself this Kelly, would you like someone else taking credit for your effort? Would it be acceptable for your coworker to take credit for your work and take your pay? Didn’t think so. I think there’s a good chance this persons borrows from others, no please or thank you. From many peoples perspective it’s considered theft.

  4. Eric says:

    Credit should be properly attributed for the photos you use. If you simply ask, most folks would b re proud to help you out and show off at the same time. Be wise.

  5. joe says:

    moi, ça me fais chier!

  6. boston says:

    Wow,Tali. You sound pretty whiny and petty. I am sure there are other ways to contact
    the offending party. But the way in which you handled it(threats to sue? Over glued & painted TP rolls? Seriously?) And unfortunately it reflects very poorly on you and your blog…..

    • Bela says:

      The author of the upper photos is right – they should of given a link to her blog, or a written credit for her photos. I have seen that before of this page, and there was also no reaction. I am removing my “like” and not visiting the page any more.

  7. Laura says:

    Wow , if you aren’t just being petty. Sounds to me like you don’t make an honest living,possibly lawsuit Happy.?? Get Real… SMDH ..
    Thank you,DIY website..

  8. Mamie says:

    OH MY GOD! It’s amazing. I would like to learn it by myself. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Tanoli81 says:

    Great job.

  11. Barb says:

    Hmmm… Wait just a minute. Are you saying that she is not entitled to defend herself against unauthorized use of her legal content? The reason given is “It’s just cardboard and glue?” Tell, me, would she be justified (in your mind) if the craft were made with platinum and diamonds? Her legal content (pictures) is her intellectual property, regardless if she’s using dryer lint or caviar. She has every right to ask for credit or a link back. It’s too bad that people have completely lost touch with common decency and knowing right from wrong. What a shame that you feel compelled to try to shame her for standing up for herself.

  12. CherylS82 says:

    Just a question how r you attaching it to the wall?

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