15 Ideas for Reusing Toilet Paper Rolls. You Will Never Throw Them Away!

    15 Ideas for Reusing Toilet Paper Rolls. You Will Never Throw Them Away!

    15 Ideas for Reusing Toilet Paper Rolls. You Will Never Throw Them Away!
    Greg
    1:20 PM EST, January 2, 2024, updated: 6:25 PM EST, January 3, 2024

    Toilet paper rolls come in plenty everywhere. Perhaps it’s worthwhile to take a look at our collection of ideas to see what you could possibly do with them having fun with kids at the same time.

    #1 Butterflies

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    The rolls are cut out to be used to create butterflies. Use some colored paper to make the wings. Stick the feelers, draw mouth and eyes. Decorate the wings with anything that springs up to your mind. The more colors, the better.

    #2 Easter bunnies

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    Here it’s all about the ears. You can use another roll cut into stripes. Eyes and nose can be drawn or made of other pieces.

    #3 Desk organizer

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    A few rolls glued together make up a practical organizer!

    #4 Snakes

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    If you pull a string or a rope through a few rolls, they will look like a snake. Each roll can be painted a desired color and pattern. It’s all about fun and imagination, isn’t it?

    #5 Slides

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    Scissors and adhesive tape to put the rolls together. Rolls cut along and the slides are ready.

    #6 Tiny castles for minute princesses

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    Add the roofs and cut out the windows. If you want some princesses to inhabit the castles, secure the bottom with a piece of cardboard.

    #7 Rockets

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    When you add a conic top and triangular wings, the rocket is ready to be launched.

    #8 Garage

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    If you use the rolls, you can turn any container into a wonderful toy garage.

    #9 Binoculars

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    If you want to play detectives or discoverers with your kids, you will definitely need some binoculars.

    #10 A castle

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    Cardboard and the rolls make excellent building materials for castle construction.

    #11 Toy cars

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    Cut out some cardboard wheels and your racing cars are there for you. Just number them so that the real race can begin!

    #12 Frogs

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    You can also change the shape of the rolls. If you glue one end, the frogs will be almost finished.

    #13 And a fire-breathing dragon just for you

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    Stripes of colored tissue paper glued to one end and stashed inside. Plus a roll painted green and the dragon is ready to breathe.

    #14 Openwork figures

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    The rolls cut into ring may form a variety of shapes. Like the bunny in the photo!

    #15 Openwork decorations

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    The rings can be used to form other, more abstract shapes.

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