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Home / DIY Ideas / Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art

Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art

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Instructions

You Will Need

  • Toilet Paper Rolls
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Spray Paint
  • Bobby Pin(s)

Cost
Free
  • How to make a paper roll model. Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art - Step 1

    Step 1

    Gather your supplies. For this project, I used plain old toilet paper roles, (the number you need depends on what design you decide on for your project, mine used around 13 I think…) glue, and a bushed metal appearance spray paint.

  • How to make a paper roll model. Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art - Step 2

    Step 2

    Crush your toilet paper roll in half, and cut it crossways. You could measure if you like, but I just guess-timated based on the look I was going for. For my project, each toilet paper role yielded 6 “petals”.

  • How to make a paper roll model. Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art - Step 3

    Step 3

    Keep cutting until you’ve got tons of these, the basic unit for your piece.
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  • How to make a paper roll model. Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art - Step 4

    Step 4

    Begin glueing the “petals” together. How you do that depends on what kind of pattern you’re going for.

  • How to make a paper roll model. Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art - Step 5

    Step 5

    I found that using bobby pins (any type of clip would work too) to hold my pieces together was helpful. It gave the glue between each segment a chance to dry while I continued glueing…

  • How to make a paper roll model. Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art - Step 6

    Step 6

    Since a 5 petal flower shape was the basis for my piece, this is what most of my base units ended up looking like. After I made a bunch, I glued them all together in a pattern I liked, and also added a few other viney/leafy looking segments here and there.

  • How to make a paper roll model. Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art - Step 7

    Step 7

    Once you’re happy with how your piece looks, time for spray paint! (I used a metal finish paint, but any color will do!)

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