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Clever Crafts Using Toilet Paper Rolls

Empty toilet paper rolls usually land in the trash can but you may think twice before tossing them after you see all of these clever home décor pieces and paper crafts. Each and every one of these projects were made using empty toilet paper rolls. You can also use gift wrapping tubes if the tubes aren't too thick.

You may have to look twice at some of these. A few of these look like those gorgeous, and not to mention expensive, wrought iron wall pieces that hang on the wall.

Here is a list of awesome toilet paper roll crafts along with links to the tutorials. Some of the sites are not in English but Google Translate will kick in when you click on the links. Enjoy!

First off is this beautiful faux metal wall art tutorial I found at Suzy's Artsy Crafty Sitcom! I still can't believe I am looking at empty toilet paper rolls. These look hard to make but the tutorial is wonderful and explains everything in detail and has photos too.

Faux Metal Wall Art  from Toilet Paper Rolls

Faux Metal Wall Art from Toilet Paper Rolls

Look at this wreath I found at Noisy Pitta which was inspired by another beautiful toilet paper roll wreath (pictured below) plus the tutorial at Creative Jewish Mom.

Both of these wreathes are lovely. I love the design, it looks like several flowers are connected together. If you would like to make one of these, visit the Creative Jewish Mom link above to see her tutorial.

toilet paper roll wreath

toilet paper roll wreath

toilet paper roll wreath

toilet paper roll wreath

I found these at Living Locurto which originally came from Decoideas, a Spanish site. I am in LOVE with these toilet paper roll owls. The link should activate Google Translate so you should have no problem reading.

I can't believe how CUTE these owls are!!! The lovely mom at Decoideas is very talented. There isn't a tutorial but she says she used markers.. I love the details she made on the owls using the black marker. What an amazing artist! I think this may be my most favorite one out of the bunch.

Toilet Paper Owls

Toilet Paper Owls

Here is a sort of free form piece of wall art made using empty toilet paper rolls. It looks very nice mounted over the book case.

This craft is an eco kids craft. It is to help encourage parents and teachers to make crafts out of recycled materials. I love it!

wall art from toilet paper rolls

wall art from toilet paper rolls

Look at these super cute party favors made from empty toilet paper rolls I found at Crissy's Crafts! She actually has a few different sets of them and they are all just as cute as the one pictured.

One set is specifically for teachers. The tutorial is great with lots of photos plus whichever ones you decide to make, she has free printable labels to match it! These are some of the cutest party favors I've ever seen :)

toilet paper roll party favors

toilet paper roll party favors

This one I found at a Hungarian site called Crescent and Lavender. This wall art looks amazing to me! I love the dark color of it and the scrolling flower shapes. Be sure to visit the link for the nice photo illustrated tutorial.

wall decor from toilet paper rolls

wall decor from toilet paper rolls

I'm all about faux flowers, especially ones made from paper. I am so happy to have run across this one made from empty toilet paper rolls. I think it looks amazing! I love how the flowers have that spiraled look to them. The finished wreath is painted white but I think I may like it better unpainted. To me, it has a sort of rustic look to it.

See how this was made at Proverbs 31 Life.

Toilet Paper Roll Wreath

Toilet Paper Roll Wreath

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toilet paper roll monsters

toilet paper roll monsters

Cute Little Monsters

This is an excellent kids craft.. look at these cute little toilet paper roll monsters! Like the owls featured above, I LOVE the details on these... What an amazing artist!

Go to alisaburke to see how she made these. There's lots of great photos, too!

This is a stunning wreath made from toilet paper rolls that I found at Ivaalex. I wonder if the empty toilet paper rolls are a bit thicker there than they are here. The thicker look and dark color really makes this look like a heavy iron piece. I LOVE IT!!!

toilet paper roll wreath

toilet paper roll wreath

How about this pretty white canvas wall art I found at Just a Girl. It was made by gluing the toilet paper roll pieces on the canvas. This is one you could really get creative with. You could do your own design and color it whichever color you want. This one looks so pretty above the headboard.

toilet paper roll art

toilet paper roll art

Leap Into Art has a tutorial for these cute party crackers/ party favors. They are basically little tubes of candies, small gifts or whatever you want to put in them, all wrapped up and embellished in pretty paper which is tied at both ends.

What's a real cracker?

I've been seeing these DIY "crackers" around a lot lately so I looked up exactly what a party cracker is and apparently, they are very popular in England through Christmas time. They are tubes that have candies or goodies in them which are wrapped in colored paper and when two people pulled on them something inside would crack or make a bang inside.

toilet paper roll party crackers

toilet paper roll party crackers

Another one from Suzy's Artsy-Craftsy Sitcom! Look at this gorgeous faux metal filigree frame. I bet it really makes a statement in the room.

I am very impressed by the intricate shapes the toilet paper rolls were made into. I'm impressed at how sturdy it is to be able to hold the weight of the frames. Be sure to visit the link for the tutorial.

faux metal filigree frame

faux metal filigree frame

How cute is this for a little girls craft! I couldn't resist sharing this one I found at Bo Bunny. It's a simple tutorial complete with printable template for the wings.

toilet paper roll butterflies

toilet paper roll butterflies

I like the look of this and how the toilet paper rolls are glued together in such a way to embellish the door frame. The dark color really pops against the wall color. This makes me want to try to come up with a design to embellish the top of the door frame.

To see how she did it, go to Love People. Like Things.

toilet paper rolls door frame decor

toilet paper rolls door frame decor

The Frugal Mom shared a tutorial on how to make this cute gift card holder. What a cute way to present a gift card! Go and see how she did it!

P.S. Be sure to check out the rest of her site- great stuff there!

toilet paper roll gift card holder

toilet paper roll gift card holder

toilet paper roll picture frame

toilet paper roll picture frame

CraftCraver has a great tutorial on how to make this picture frame made from empty toilet paper rolls. Be sure to click on the toilet paper roll craft slide show link to see great photo illustrations of each of the steps. I love the way it looks with the gold spray paint.

This set of canvas wall art is really amazing. The sky is the limit as far as all the different designs and colors that you can use. I love how she used real branches. See how it was made at Revolutionaries.

P.S. You can buy sets of canvas at Michael's or Hobby Lobby fairly inexpensive especially if you use the weekly 50% off coupon.

toilet paper roll wall art

toilet paper roll wall art

How about making a tag card and envelop set from empty toilet paper rolls! I found a great tutorial at girltalk. This is another easy project that shouldn't take too long to make.

Tag Card and Envelope Set

Tag Card and Envelope Set

Lady with the Red Rocker has a great photo illustrated tutorial for this DIY Vent/Grate Cover. Isn't this nice? It looks like real iron that has been painted white and kind of weathered. It has that sort of shabby chic look to it. I think it's amazing.

toilet paper roll vent cover

toilet paper roll vent cover

Here are some napkin holders I found made from empty toilet paper rolls at Boy, Oh, Boy, Oh Boy! I love faux flowers and gingham patterns so to me these look fabulous. Click on the link to see how she made them.

I also found another set of toilet paper roll napkin holders with the tutorial at Rustic Crafts and Chic Décor. I couldn't help but share it as I love the rustic look too.

toilet paper roll napkin rings

toilet paper roll napkin rings

toilet paper roll napkins rings

toilet paper roll napkins rings

Here is a small scrapbook made of toilet paper rolls made by Pearl via Write Online Article. I have seen these little books before around the internet and they are so cute though I don't know if those were made from toilet paper rolls. This is a very simple and easy paper craft.

toilet paper roll scrapbook

toilet paper roll scrapbook

How about some of these cute glitzy sequin or rhinestone firecrackers to decorate your home for the 4th of July?! They are very easy to make and the kids would have fun helping glue all the sequins or rhinestones on. The tutorial is for sequin firecrackers but the jeweled firecrackers are made the same way. Just use rhinestones instead of the sequins.

Here's the tutorial...have fun!

I hope you have enjoyed this toilet paper roll craft round-up! Start saving those empty toilet paper rolls!!

 jeweled firecrackers

jeweled firecrackers

sequin firecrackers

sequin firecrackers

Any Comments?

Shell on July 08, 2018:

So wonderful beauty in all hearts expressed by creativeness !!!

Express Yourself.....

Sandra on August 13, 2017:

You have given. Me some really great ideas to try thank you

Tricia Deed on November 06, 2016:

Who would have ever thought that toilet paper rolls could be used to create so many beautiful items. I am impressed. Great ideas.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 02, 2016:

skperdon- Thank you so much. I appreciate you stopping by!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 02, 2016:

Green Art- Thank you for dropping by!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 02, 2016:

nialee- Thank you for your comment! I just love those little TP roll owls!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 02, 2016:

Blond Logic- Thank you for your kind comment and for the vote up and share! It really is amazing what people can do with a cardboard toilet paper roll!

skperdon from Canada on December 05, 2015:

Awesome! I've seen some of these before and now with your hub I'm seeing a few more. Great hub Jamie Brock!

Green Art on December 03, 2015:

I had no idea that toilet paper rolls could be used in such a wide variety of ways! Looks like tons of fun!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on November 03, 2015:

Skperdon-You are so welcome!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on November 03, 2015:

Thank you Kristen!!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on November 03, 2015:

Thank you DavidCombs!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on November 03, 2015:

sparkleyfinger-Thank you! Yep, it's amazing what can be done with toilet roll tubes!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on November 03, 2015:

Thank you Diane!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on November 03, 2015:

charlynjune- You are so welcome! Thanks for dropping by!

nialee on August 01, 2015:

thank you so much for sharing. he's a great ideas that inspire me who keeps a full cabinet of cardboard boxes and sheets for craft. I love to recycle, reuse, am an artist and always look for ideas to make one garbage piece into a art piece... the faux metal and picture frame are my favorite though the owls are really a good idea and deco for kids.

Mary Wickison from Brazil on July 31, 2015:

These are fantastic! I still can't believe they can look so much like metal. I love seeing how creative people are out there and that they share their ideas with us.

Great idea for a hub.

Plus I love the fact that you sent traffic to their sites.

Voted up and shared.

skperdon from Canada on July 01, 2015:

I have repurposed used toilet paper rolls to make fire starter for outdoor fires, I thought it was very clever.

I got the idea online, but yours is much more clever. Thank you for sharing it Jamie Brock.

Kristen Howe from Northeast Ohio on June 18, 2015:

Jamie, I love this idea. Instead of recycling those toilet paper rolls, you can turn them into creative crafts. Voted up for awesome!

DavidCombs on May 14, 2015:

great ideas, and some look really easy to do.

Lynsey Hart from Lanarkshire on May 01, 2015:

Such great ideas here! It's amazing to think that, even as adults, toilet roll tubes can come in handy with crafting!

Diana Abrahamson on April 25, 2015:

Amazing ideas with empty toilet roll holders..love the wall décor!

Charlyn June from Philippines on April 21, 2015:

Great ideas up there.. I wonder what inspired those who introduced this types of crafts.. I just once made a ballpen holder for my table top out of this material and it caught my officemates' attentions.. I then decided to check on other uses and these ones are just awesome! Thanks for sharing.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on October 29, 2014:

Linda BookLady- You are so welcome! I'm glad you enjoyed the hub!!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on October 29, 2014:

belleart- Thank you so much! I'm so glad you enjoyed the hub :)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on October 29, 2014:

shelpeare- That is so funny! What a title! That is awesome :) Thank you so much for dropping by!!

Linda Jo Martin from Post Falls, Idaho, USA on September 03, 2014:

There are a lot of talented people in the world. I've been wondering what to do with my TP rolls and never did I consider making something so lovely and ornamental as some of these examples. Thanks for opening my eyes.

belleart from Ireland on June 25, 2014:

wow this is such a good idea!! love these so much, especially the wall art. Voted up and good for the environment

shelpeare on June 19, 2014:

This looks great! Very innovative! This could be titled "How to be on a roll with toilet paper."

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on July 02, 2013:

marion langley- Thank you so much! Glad you enjoyed the hub :)

marion langley from The Study on June 29, 2013:

I am amazed and inspired! Thanks for writing!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on June 27, 2013:

MJennifer- Thank you :) So glad you found this hub useful! Hope you have wonderful party for your mom :) I know what you mean about the spray paint... I love it too!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on June 27, 2013:

Toytasting- You are so welcome! Hope you and your daughter had fun doing the cute little monsters!

Marcy J. Miller from Arizona on June 21, 2013:

What great ideas -- and perfect timing! I'll be hosting an 85th birthday party for my mom next month, and this has given me just the concept I needed to make favors for the place settings customized for her big day. Not only that, but anything that involves a can of spray paint makes me happy! Good job,

MJ

Toy Tasting from Mumbai on June 18, 2013:

Jamie, this is a great compilation of art work using toilet paper rolls. I especially like the cute Little Monsters. I am going to try these with my daughter over the weekend. Thank you for sharing this!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on June 16, 2013:

DonnaC Smith- Oh, I love the little monsters too! Hope your great grandson has a fun time making them!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on June 16, 2013:

Nourhan- You are so welcome! Thank you for dropping by :)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on June 16, 2013:

QueenBex- Oh yes.. there are some really nice ones out there! It's amazing what people come out with. Thank you so much for dropping by :)

Donna Campbell Smith from Central North Carolina on May 29, 2013:

I love the little monsters. My greatgrandson loves "making art". I will show him that picture so he can make some monsters.

Nourhan on May 28, 2013:

Who thought that things like toilet rolls can be used this way.

so amazing ideas from you, thanks.

gonna try making one of them asap.

QueenBex on May 24, 2013:

I've made crackers before but it's great to see so many other ideas! I'm amazed at how intricate and expensive looking they can be! :)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on May 23, 2013:

Kevin Peter- Thank you! Glad you enjoyed the hub :)

Kevin Peter from Global Citizen on May 23, 2013:

Very creative hub. I loved the kids craft the most. Those pictures are also very attractive. Nice hub!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on May 09, 2013:

FlourishAnyway- Thank you! Glad you enjoyed it :)

FlourishAnyway from USA on April 29, 2013:

Awesome ideas. I especially liked the kid crafts.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on March 11, 2013:

toknowinfo- Thanks! So glad you enjoyed this :)

toknowinfo on March 10, 2013:

I absolutely love these ideas. When my kids were little we would make toilet roll people. I like the idea of these great ideas for being able to use the rolls again. Excellent hub.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on February 26, 2013:

Argonaut Jess- Thank you so much... glad you found this useful :)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on February 26, 2013:

Mitch- I hear ya....but don't give up! You never know what crazy things the future may hold :)

Jessica Salmon from Newcastle Upon Tyne on February 23, 2013:

Useful indeed!!

Mitch Alan from South Jersey on February 23, 2013:

Jamie, I think I'd move to Texas in a minute if not for my kiddos being here...

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on February 22, 2013:

Mitch Alan- Oh, she will love some toilet paper critters for sure! I saw you had a cowboy hat on and then noticed you lived in Jersey..my first thought was that you were from Texas! I see a lot of those hats around here for sure :) I'm so glad you found this useful.. Have fun doing the make-over and thanks for dropping by!

Mitch Alan from South Jersey on February 21, 2013:

We did a Batman room make-over for the two youngest boy's rooms and one next going to do a make-over for the girl's room. It's going to be butterflies, dragonflies etc.Ithink we may need to Make some toilet paper tube Critters. Thanks for sharing.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on February 17, 2013:

celeste inscribed- I'm so glad that you found this hub inspiring! I know what you mean about the tp rolls... I never dreamed that so much could be done with them before I researched for this hub. I've been saving them ever since!! Thank you so much for dropping by and for the vote up :)

Celeste Wilson on February 17, 2013:

I want to say Wow over and over again. I will never think of a toiler roll inner the same again. I have often wondered about recycling them but never imagined the beauty of these crafts. I love to recycle and this is so inspiring. Thank you. Voted up and beautiful.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on February 14, 2013:

Kathryn Stratford- I know what you mean... I was amazed at all of the stunning and creative projects people are making with them. I've been saving them ever since I wrote this hub :) Thanks for dropping by.. glad you enjoyed it :)

Kathryn from Windsor, Connecticut on February 13, 2013:

Wow, I was stunned to see what kind of pretty and creative items could be made from toilet paper rolls! It makes me want to save them!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on January 29, 2013:

tebo- Thank you :) I had a lot of fun doing this hub... I had no idea so much could be done with common tp rolls and I agree.. there are so many super talented people out there for sure! Thank you again.. I appreciate you stopping by!

tebo from New Zealand on January 29, 2013:

What great use of toilet roll inners. I agree the wall art examples are very impressive, as are the owls and kids ones. Lots of creative people out there. Great hub.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on January 07, 2013:

TToombs08- Glad you enjoyed this! I have not thrown away a TP roll since this I wrote this hub :)

Terrye Toombs from Somewhere between Heaven and Hell without a road map. on January 05, 2013:

I love these ideas! I'm going to have to start collecting my TP rolls! :)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on November 10, 2012:

Ronna Pennington- I'm so happy you enjoyed the hub :) Thank you so much for the votes up, positive feedback and for sharing!

RonnaPennington from Arkansas on November 10, 2012:

Love it! Voted up, useful, interesting and Facebooked. LOVE the ideas!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on November 02, 2012:

tiffany delite- You are welcome :) I know what you mean.. it really is hard to believe TP rolls could be made into stuff like this! The wall art actually looks like heavy iron. I love the party crackers too.. they are so cute and I bet they would be lots of fun to make and easy too. I'm so glad you enjoyed the hub.. thanks so much for dropping by!

Tiffany Delite from Wichita, KS on November 02, 2012:

thank you so much for this great hub! it really is hard to believe that some of this stuff is made out of toilet paper tubes! i think i might actually use the little party cracker and party favor ideas sometime! blessings!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on October 27, 2012:

Suzie HQ- Thank you for stopping by.. so glad you enjoyed the hub! I was blown away also, particularly by the wall art. They look like heavy wrought iron pieces! I'll never stop being amazed at all the talented and creative people out there. Thank you for the votes, sharing and pin :) PS also, thank you for the linking.. I appreciate it!!

Suzanne Ridgeway from Dublin, Ireland on October 27, 2012:

Hi Jamie,

What an excellent piece on making things from toilet rolls!! The wall art in particular is amazing! Love this hub and will be linking it to some of mine. Thanks so much for your continued wonderful selection of hubs! All votes, shares and pinning! :-)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on October 10, 2012:

shai77- I know what you mean.. I was stunned at how beautiful some of these TP crafts came out.. Some of them look like heavy wrought iron pieces.. I would have never guessed them to be TP rolls just from the photos! Thank you so much for dropping by.. I'm glad you enjoyed the hub:)

Chen on October 10, 2012:

Wow, some of those are just amazing. They don't look like TP rolls at all. It's amazing what you can do with a little creativity. Some of those look like really pricy decorations from a fancy catalogue.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on September 07, 2012:

grinnin1- I'm glad to hear this hub will be useful for you.. these will be great for your art class for sure. Have fun!

grinnin1 from st louis,mo on September 07, 2012:

whoa! Great stuff. I teach art to kids and am an artist myself, we will be trying these out. Wonderful!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on September 02, 2012:

jennzie- I know, right! I am really impressed with these... they are amazing. Thanks so much for dropping by :)

Jenn from Pennsylvania on September 01, 2012:

How cool! You can't even tell that they're made out of toilet paper rolls.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on August 31, 2012:

Hendrika- Thank you, glad you like these.. since this hub, it's really hard to throw them away. I have so many saved now I just don't have the room for any more. I love those napkin rings, will have to try those next. Thanks for dropping by :)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on August 31, 2012:

Alecia Murphy- Oh yes, there are so many things you can do.. I didn't know it either! I've got a whole bunch saved up right now.. time to make another one of these crafts. So happy you enjoyed the hub, thank you for dropping by :)

Hendrika from Pretoria, South Africa on August 31, 2012:

Amazing, I will never look at toilet rolls the same way again! I have made the napkin rings with my granddaughter for Christmas.

Alecia Murphy from Wilmington, North Carolina on August 30, 2012:

I didn't know you could do this much with empty toilet paper rolls- makes me think twice about throwing them away now. Great hub!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on August 22, 2012:

bettynj- Thank you! I'm so glad you like them. I love them all too.. The owls are one of my absolute favorites of all time. I LOVE those cute little owls :)

bettynj from Nanjing, Jiangsu, China on August 21, 2012:

beautiful, the wall art, the card, the lovely Owls...... Thank you

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on August 11, 2012:

talfonso- It was fun gathering these projects for this hub, I had no idea you could do so much using TP rolls. I LOVE those party crackers too.. such a cute idea. Now, if the holidays would just hurry up and roll around.. this HEAT is killing me! Thank you for dropping by :)

talfonso from Tampa Bay, FL on August 09, 2012:

Love love love the ideas using toilet paper rolls! I definitely love the idea of making party crackers! Those are my must-do for the holidays!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on August 08, 2012:

sharkye11- You are welcome :) You mentioned the wrought iron, these are my favorites.. It is hard to believe by looking at them in the photos that they are toilet paper rolls.. I mean, to me they look like heavy wrought iron pieces, so amazing! I am so happy that you enjoyed this hub.. thank you for stopping by!

Jayme Kinsey from Oklahoma on August 06, 2012:

Great hub! Love seeing some of these ideas. The wrought iron is especially beautiful. ( wow,I never thought I would call toilet paper rolls beautiful!) Thank you for sharing all of these great projects.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on July 31, 2012:

Lenzy,

Thank you! It's always nice to see another Texan here! I had not thought of it but yes, I think some of these really would make great crafts for vacation bible school! Thanks for stopping by :)

Lenzy from Arlington, Texas on July 30, 2012:

These were really well done. They would make some great Vacation Bible School craft ideas. Lenzy

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on July 28, 2012:

Sturgeonl- You are welcome, thank you so much for dropping by :)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on July 28, 2012:

Ruth Pieterse- Thank you for the votes! I'm glad that you have enjoyed this hub and thank you for dropping by :)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on July 28, 2012:

drsohel - Thank you, I'm glad that you enjoyed the hub.. and I agree! Some of these projects are mind blowing for sure. We have some truly talented people in the world to be able to do such things with used TP rolls! Thanks for stopping by :)

drsohel from Dhaka, BD on July 26, 2012:

I have never seen such things. What a great innovation!! Simply mind blowing. Thanks. I haven't enjoyed as much I did here for a long long time.

Ruth Pieterse on July 24, 2012:

What a fabulous Hub! So many ideas my head is buzzing. Thanks. Voted up and awesome.

Sturgeonl on July 24, 2012:

This is a spectacular hub! Great information and very creative. Thanks for sharing these great crafts.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on July 20, 2012:

carlijo- Thank you.. I love the wall art too. It would be fun to try out some different designs with it.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on July 20, 2012:

momster - You are welcome...I'm glad that you enjoyed it :)

carlijo from Hahira, Ga on July 19, 2012:

Love these ideas, the wall art is my favorite.

momster on July 19, 2012:

Awsome hub. That is some pretty cool designs with so little of on item. You did a good job on your pictures and descriptions. Thanks for sharing some new ideas.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on May 20, 2012:

Stella- I know what you mean, the wall wreathes impressed me most in this round-up. It's hard to believe they are made of TP rolls...To me they look to be made of heavy wrought iron! Paint can really work wonders, even with TP rolls :) Thanks you for stopping by!

StellaSee from California on May 19, 2012:

Wow~ the faux metal wreaths/art/wall decor they look so impressive! I don't think I can see toilet paper rolls the same way anymore :D

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on May 13, 2012:

Emmanuel Kariuki- Thank you for dropping by! I agree, these TP roll projects are amazing.. I've got a whole bunch of TP tubes saved up now since I've written this hub. The very bottom project is my own (and was inspired by all of the other projects) but I've yet to try any of these others.. but I am going to give them a try.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on May 13, 2012:

WebsiteConfetti- Thank you! I couldn't resist including them here.. I agree with you! I think they are the cutest :)

Emmanuel Kariuki from Nairobi, Kenya on May 13, 2012:

This is awsome. Never thought of Art from such a disposable material. Great addition for recycling enthusiasts but most would have to do it themselves because it is rare to find commercially done artworks with the toilet rolls. I will start to look at toilet rolls with a little more respect.