A typical household goes through several rolls of toilet paper in a month, creating a never ending supply of these useful cardboard tubes for crafting. This is a guide about Valentine's Crafts using empty toilet paper rolls.
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I save old toilet paper rolls and paper towel rolls. For Valentine's Day this year I covered the cardboard rolls with Valentine craft paper, you could use wrapping paper. I tied each end with Valentine colored ribbon and I filled the inside with seasonal Hershey kisses. It is similar to the "English Cracker" idea but it won't make a noise if you break it open.
Kids love to decorate the wrapping paper or craft paper with extra stickers, stamping etc to dress it up even further.
By Diane from Leesburg
Make your own heart stamp frugally from a tissue paper roll.
Approximate Time: 5 minutes
Great for Valentine cards, envelopes, wrapping paper, etc. and easy enough for a small child to do.
By NoRulesArt from sunny FL
This treat bag/package topper is created from recycled materials and is a great alternative to the standard gift bow.
Approximate Time: about 30 minutes
By Rachel's Mom from Wilkesboro, NC
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Here are questions related to Valentine Crafts Using Toilet Paper Rolls.
I have a bunch of toilet paper rolls. I'm wanting to make some Valentine crafts with them. I just don't know any ideas on what to do with them. Any suggestions on reusing? I am interested in any sites or books I could read or suggestions you have. Thanks.
By ChildGoddess from Ontario, Canada
Crafty Chia, Fave Crafts, and dollar Store Crafts come to mind.