Last Updated on October 1, 2020 by April
You have probably thrown away many toilet paper rolls wondering what you can do with them. I know that I have! Every time I look at an empty toilet paper roll, I can’t help but feel a little guilty.
After some digging, I recently found out that there are tons of uses for toilet paper rolls that I would’ve never thought of. Cute crafts with toilet paper rolls are surprisingly easy and are a great way to keep your kids busy on a rainy day. So hold onto those empties and get ready to learn about some of the cutest crafts you will ever see!
To get the tutorial, simply click on the name of the craft above its photo.
Advent calendars are a great way to keep yourself in the Christmas spirit all December long. Stay in theme with the season of giving by upcycling all those toilet paper rolls you have been saving up.
Upgrade your paper planes by using empty toilet paper rolls instead. This red and blue airplane craft is super adorable and will keep kids busy for hours.
Keep your babies and toddlers busy with this easy to build baby play station.
Remember Beaker? You’re going to love sharing this nostalgic with your children.
Bring your toilet papercrafts to life by adding some cute googly eyes.
Your kids will love playing make-believe with these little binoculars.
These birdhouse feeders are a unique way to dress up your indoor garden for Easter.
Don’t have a ton of materials on hand? No worries! The only material you may need to go out and buy for this one is a bag of pipe cleaners.
Add some color to your home with these plant themed toilet paper rolls!
Here is a new way to build castles that your kid will love.
I love practical crafts like this one! Not only is it adorable, but you can also store crafting supplies in it.
Get the family cat involved by making him or her a fun new treat-dispensing toy.
If your kid loves wearing their crafts, he or she will surely love this hungry caterpillar necklace.
These cheerful chicken crafts are sure to put a smile on your kids’ faces.
Let your children help you with the Christmas decorating. They will appreciate feeling like they contributed to the process!
These sparkling Christmas ornaments look surprisingly expensive!
Add to your Christmas village by crafting up some adorable carolers.
If you’re getting ready for the Fourth of July, these popper crafts are a great way to keep the kids busy.
Who said upcycled crafts have to look cheap? These rustic craft supplies holders really pull a room together.
Does your kid love dinosaurs? If not, they may change their minds after making these little paper roll DIYs!
Let your kid express themselves by decorating some stylish paper bracelets.
Who doesn’t love Sesame Street? This is a great way to introduce your children to some of your favorite childhood TV shows.
Fairy gardens are very in right now, and this is an affordable way to get into the trend.
Decorating for Halloween on a budget is really easy with these fake candles.
This dragon paper roll craft is the coolest! When you blow into the top, it makes the paper flames flare out. It truly is a fire breathing dragon!
These practical fire starter crafts will help you get the heat you need right when you want it.
Want fish without the hassle of having to feed them? These colorful sea creatures will help you get your fill.
Made the fish and want to do a little fishing role play? This should do the job.
Create some seriously beautiful home decor with these paper flowers.
Need a little help painting the perfect flowers? This toilet paper craft will allow you to make spot-on flower paintings every time.
Give your guests the most adorable coin wrapper party favor they’ve ever seen.
Decorate your kid’s room with some cute frogs!
This easy toilet paper roll craft idea is great for very young children who are getting started with crafting.
Here is a clever way to wrap your gifts.
Toddlers will love making their own people crafts.
Getting ready for Groundhog Day? Here is the best way to start the festivities.
Hang a few of these cute bat crafts to decorate for Halloween.
These beautiful air balloons definitely won’t disappoint or fly away from you!
Christmas doesn’t seem complete without the Grinch!
Kids who love bugs will get a kick out of this one.
This science project for kids will help them learn about how sounds work.
Your girls will adore these lovely ladybug crafts.
Teach your kids all about St. Patrick’s Day as they make these leprechaun crafts.
Your kid will feel so much pride after helping you file your important cards!
Every kid will read Little Red Riding Hood at some point in their school career. Help them get into reading by making these fun little crafts with them.
Lorax fans will surely love these!
Beauty and the Beast had to be one of my favorite Disney movies growing up. Share one of the Disney classics with your kids by showing them this craft.
Have a musical kid? They’re sure to shake the heck out of these.
These runners can be placed on your wall for a fun-filled kids’ activity! Simply run some cars or balls down them.
Your kid will enjoy making plenty of art with their newly crafted tool!