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These toilet paper roll crafts are the perfect way to keep the kids entertained when school is out! Next time they complain about being bored, just let them make some of these easy crafts for kids…it’s a win/win for everyone!
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- Toilet Paper Unicorns
- Bunny & Ducky from Toy Story 4
- Bird Feeder
- Superhero Cuffs
- Love Bug Caterpillar
- Fairy House Luminaries
- Race Car
- Garden Bugs
- Bunny Stamp
Since kids are home for summer break, moms everywhere are looking for coloring pages, kids activities and craft ideas to keep the kids entertained. The only problem is that there’s nothing worse than getting ready to make kids crafts and discovering that you don’t have all the supplies you need.
Toilet Paper Roll Crafts
Lucky for us, we have three girls in the house so if there’s one thing we’re never short of, it’s empty toilet paper rolls. These cardboard tubes are perfect for craft time and and there are no shortage of fun ideas for cute toilet paper roll crafts!
The good news is that we end up with enough tp rolls to make all the cute toilet paper roll crafts we want! It’s an easy way to keep the kids busy and the best part is that they’re making their own toys for pretend play.
The bonus? Kids are making their own toys for pretend play, which only adds to the hours of fun. It’s great for children of all ages and big kids can lend a hand when the younger ones need a little help.
Here are a few basic supplies you may want to pick up:
- Construction Paper
- Googly Eyes
- Pom Poms
- Glue Stick
- Glue Gun & Hot Glue Sticks (or older kids)
I asked some of my favorite bloggers to share their best toilet paper roll craft ideas and wow, they’re pretty creative! From unicorns to minions, your kids are going to love these. Which of these crafts will they choose…or will they come up with a creation of their own?
These toilet paper roll crafts are easy and fun and a great way to keep the kids entertained while they’re home from school. I may even make a few myself…those unicorns are just too cute!
If you liked these craft ideas, you might have fun with these too…
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The kids may even want to start working on their Mother’s Day crafts.
Don’t throw away your empty cans…use them to make paintbrush or pencil holders.
If you’ve been to the beach, this seashell turtle is a great way for the kids to use all the seashells they collected.