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Clever Crafts Using Toilet Paper Rolls

Recycled toilet paper rolls into a Gift Card holder. Flatten a toilet paper roll. Measure length and width. Cut 2 pieces of scrapbook paper the length and width of the flattened paper roll.

Hi everyone welcome to the hop! I wanted to make a project that was super compatible with using all of the great companies featured t...

Hi everyone welcome to the hop! I wanted to make a project that was super compatible with using all of the great companies featured t.

Toilet Paper Roll Gift Card Holders ~ again, I know I will be glad I pinned this.

Toilet Paper Roll Gift Card Holders - DIY Art and Craft inspiration for you and your home

Toilet Paper Roll Gift Card Holders

I wanted to make a project that was super compatible with using all of the great companies featured t.

Thanks a latte - hehe

Easy to make - cute TY card/gifts . use Folgers or Starbucks singles & CoffeeMate . in card pocket with label stamped THANKS A LATTE !

Save up your used toilet paper rolls to make unique personalized giftcard holders! I used scrapbook paper with matching embellishments. Cut you paper 2-3 inches longer than the roll. Glue in a couple cm to cover the roll and then glue shut the bottom half. Once you've flattened the tube, squeeze the sides to make it pop out a bit. Perfect size for gift cards! After the card or money etc. goes in, flip the open sides in! :-) I did these in under an hour at no cost, because I had everything I…

Save up your used toilet paper rolls to make unique personalized giftcard holders! I used scrapbook paper with matching embellishments. Cut you paper 2-3 inches longer than the roll. Glue in a couple cm to cover the roll and then glue shut the bottom half. Once you've flattened the tube, squeeze the sides to make it pop out a bit. Perfect size for gift cards! After the card or money etc. goes in, flip the open sides in! :-) I did these in under an hour at no cost, because I had everything I…

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