iPhone Toilet Paper Roll Craft
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iPhone Toilet Paper Roll Craft

iPhone Toilet Paper Roll Craft
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This has got to be the smarted use for old toilet paper rolls out there! Don't spend money buying an expensive iPhone holder when you can make your own. This smart DIY requires just a few materials (a toilet paper roll, some washi tape, and push pins). So, you've probably got everything you need right at home. Plus, this cutie is easy to make over and over again. Consider making one for your test at work too. You co-workers are sure to be in awe of your recycled crafts creativity.

In the Designer's Words: "Re-purposing is all about creativity! Check out this Easy DIY Phone Holder, a fun and easy way to reuse and recycle those toilet paper rolls."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsRecycled Materials

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Toilet paper rolls
  • Washi tape
  • Scissors
  • Cutter
  • Marker
  • Push pins

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I showed this to my little brother and the next day he'd made his own. He switched up the washi tape for some gold and black spray paint. He said the washi tape was too girly for him but he executed this effortlessly so this is easy and practical. You can make this as fun and colourful as you want to suit your taste.

What a fun way for kids to design their own cell phone holder. This is a great way to include kids in family projects for something a little different for game night. Do you think these could be used as necklace holders for girls and teens? I could see using toilet paper rolls to hold several items besides phones too. Great recycling project!

This is a super cute way of using empty toilet tissue rolls for everyday use. Mostly everyone has a cell phone and having a convenient and portable place to use it and also charge it at the same time is great. The instructions were clear however, instead of using the washi tape, I'm going to use contact/shelf lining paper. I think the possibilities are endless for the final results that can be accomplished from this project.

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