Quick and easy and perfect for Christmas ornaments


  • 2 toilet paper rolls
  • 1 Glue
  • 1 Pencil
  • 1 Ruler
  • 1 scissors


  1. Flatten the 2 toilet paper rolls.
  2. Use a ruler and pencil to mark every cm on both toilet papers.
  3. Now cut the toilet paper and you should have 20 circle with a width of 1cm.
  4. Now get 12 of the circles and fold them in half.
  5. Now use 6, and put them together like a star.
  6. With the 6 non-folded circles place a folded on one on the end of each.
  7. Now place the circles with the half on the edge, on the half circle stars.
  8. Now you are done! You can decorate it but try to be sustainable!


My kids and i make it every Christmas and give it to their grandparents and neighbors.

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  • Oh they are beautiful. To look at them you would never guess they are made from toilet roll cardboard inserts


  • I’ll have to start collecting the rolls now! It could be a fun activity with the grandkids in the school holidays this Xmas!


  • I love these! Dipped in paint and used as a stencil would make beautiful wrapping paper

    • I love that idea! I do homemade wrapping paper every Christmas with a massive roll of brown paper I was given a few years ago, I think I might try the snowflake stamp suggestion this year


  • How awesome! Perfect for our Frozen obsessed Daughter, she’d love making snowflakes


  • What a wonderful idea, end result looks great.


  • Very creative,they look really good!


  • A cleaver craft for toilet rolls!


  • A good recycling idea that looks like fun for kids to make.


  • This looks quite pretty and seems easy to make so might be a fun afternoon craft activity.


  • These look amazing, very creative.


  • another great idea for the humble toilet roll


  • I read the heading and thought “who is using toilet paper for snowflakes in covid days?” Then realised its the cardboard inserts. They look amazing. Awesome school holidays activity


  • Definitely cute for the Christmas tree. I would spray paint them and add lots of glitter


  • This is clever!


  • That looks so good. What a simple and fun idea. Thanks for sharing


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