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Toilet Paper Tube Angel

By: Diana Petrillo from adirondackgirlatheart.com
Toilet Paper Tube Angel
Toilet Paper Tube Angel

"With a couple of TP tubes and a few other materials you probably have on hand, you can make these darling angel ornaments for your Christmas tree. Start by painting one of the tubes white and then cut down the side to open it up. Next make vertical cuts within 3/4" of the top, at 1/2" intervals (pattern on blog). Roll this tightly and glue at the top. You've just finished the angel's "skirt." Open up your second tube and draw a pair of wings (pattern on blog). Cut, paint, and glitter. Attach to back of the skirt. Paint a wooden craft "head" white and attach to top of skirt. Add a halo and a bit of lace around her neck and you're done!"

Thanks for checking out my angel ornament! I have many more Christmas ornaments and decorations that you might enjoy on my blog, along with many vintage and antique projects as well.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Main MaterialRecycled Materials

Beginner

Materials List

  • Toilet Paper Tubes (2)
  • White or off-white craft paint
  • Wooden bead "head"
  • Lace (approx 2")
  • Gold cord for halo (approx 2")
  • Scissors

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Well, this is a unique craft, isn't it? I can't say that I have ever seen anyone use the toilet paper rolls the same way before now. I see them as a solid piece or cut down in half or by quarter-inch slices. I never seen anyone cut them down like this and use them to make a unique craft. I like it!

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