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How to make a toilet paper roll wreath

Make a Toilet Paper Roll Wreath

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cut a strip of lightweight chipboard or cardboard in a strip one inch wide. I took two strips about 8 inches each and combined them to make a 4.5-5 inch diamteter circle

cut a strip of lightweight chipboard or cardboard in a strip one inch wide. I took two strips about 8 inches each and combined them to make a 4.5-5 inch diamteter circle

my inner circle is 4.5 inches- you can really make this any size. Hot glue together.

my inner circle is 4.5 inches- you can really make this any size. Hot glue together.

now a TP roll is a little more than 4 inches wide. Press it flat- cut roll in half , then cut the halves in half. Or you can measure about an inch each piece. I say EYEBALL IT!

now a TP roll is a little more than 4 inches wide. Press it flat- cut roll in half , then cut the halves in half. Or you can measure about an inch each piece. I say EYEBALL IT!

you should start to have a bunch of these by now!

you should start to have a bunch of these by now!

now you can eyeball it again, but I suggest making a dot about one inch apart on the inner ring- to use as a guideline

now you can eyeball it again, but I suggest making a dot about one inch apart on the inner ring- to use as a guideline

now, add a little line of glue on the ring below each dot and glue the TP rings on. The side I am showing is the back- make sure you press each flat

now, add a little line of glue on the ring below each dot and glue the TP rings on. The side I am showing is the back- make sure you press each flat

here is the right side- see how they line up all perfectly even!

here is the right side- see how they line up all perfectly even!

go all the way around

go all the way around

Start the next layer, and put another round of rings between the ones you just played down I used a dot of glue 1/4 inch down on each ring,  again keeping the wreath flat with the back facing up

Start the next layer, and put another round of rings between the ones you just played down I used a dot of glue 1/4 inch down on each ring, again keeping the wreath flat with the back facing up

this is an example of where I put the glue for this part

this is an example of where I put the glue for this part

Finished second row

Finished second row

for the last row, I add in the ring and hot glue where I am pointing out on the wreath- just one dab

for the last row, I add in the ring and hot glue where I am pointing out on the wreath- just one dab

now if you kept it flat and face down, when you pick it up, it should look nice and even like this one!

now if you kept it flat and face down, when you pick it up, it should look nice and even like this one!

this one I left "naked" and added some Petaloo Burlap flowers to. petaloo.com

this one I left "naked" and added some Petaloo Burlap flowers to. petaloo.com

i added some vintage buttons for additional embellishment

i added some vintage buttons for additional embellishment

or you can spray paint any color- this one I used a flat black and decorated for halloween.

or you can spray paint any color- this one I used a flat black and decorated for halloween.

my nam is Denise Hahn and I am a designer for Petaloo Flowers enjoy! Petaloo flowers available at most online scrapbook retailers

my nam is Denise Hahn and I am a designer for Petaloo Flowers enjoy! Petaloo flowers available at most online scrapbook retailers

  • 10.0 Empty toilet paper rolls
  • hot glue gun and sticks
  • scissors
  • cardboard or chipboard