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    Let's Craft: Toilet Paper Roll Pumpkins Project #8

    Wed Nov 07, 2012 10:48 am
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    Here's a super easy craft project for making Toilet Paper Roll Pumpkins!

    These were crafted by our very own ~Tasty Dish~!


    -toilet paper rolls
    -green paper and brown paper

    Depending on the age of the crafter you could take this craft different directions. The eyes, nose and mouth can be painted or you could use a black permanent market. Buttons, dried beans, crayons, sequins, etc. will also work for creating the pumpkin's details. You could also use plastic "googly eyes" from the craft store. We cut various sizes of the toilet paper rolls because ~Tasty~ wanted to make a "mommy" and two "baby" pumpkins.

    Paint the tubes orange. Paint the eyes, nose and mouth with black paint.
    Set aside to dry on the roll's side (so the black paint won't drip).

    Cut out a piece of brown paper for the stem and use green paper to make pumpkin vines and leaves. You can either staple the stem onto the roll, glue or tape. I showed ~Tasty~ how to make leaves by tearing the paper.

    Tip: I wrote ~Tasty's~ name and date on the inside of the paper roll before starting this craft project.
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