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Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art

By: Tessa Grim
Updated May 28, 2020
Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art
Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art

"First I cut up about twenty toilet paper rolls into one inch pieces. I then pinched these pieces to create an oval shape. Then I arranged them to my liking and with a hot glue gun, I began attached them to one another creating a flower like pattern. After the glue had dried completely, I painted over all exposed cardboard using yellow and pink acrylic paints. I also added an embellishment to the center using a hot glue gun."

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts


Materials List

  • Hot glue gun
  • 20 empty toilet paper rolls
  • Scissors
  • Acrylic paint
  • Paint brush
  • Jewels (optional)


  1. Cut toilet paper rolls into 1” pieces

  2. Gently squeeze sides of each piece to create an oval shape

  3. Arrange pieces to your liking until desired pattern is achieved

  4. Hot glue each piece together section by section

  5. Let glue dry completely

  6. Using acrylic paints, gently apply desired colored to exposed cardboard

  7. Let paint dry

  8. (Optional) Add jewels or embellishments to project using hot glue gun for adhesive

NotesVery fun project! Easy for everyone to do!

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