Farts and Crafts: Toilet Paper Roll Wreath

Farts and Crafts: Toilet Paper Roll Wreath
With the fall season in full swing, it's fun to think about different ways to go about decorating. Wreaths are always a perfect way to decorate easily but beautifully. Instead of buying one, why not recycle household products and make your own? Empty toilet paper and paper towel rolls are common occurrences in households and can be turned into beautiful decoration pieces!

Materials

  • Empty paper towel rolls or toilet paper rolls (about five paper towel rolls or 10-12 toilet paper rolls)
  • Super glue
  • Scissors

Instructions

  • First, flatten the paper towel or toilet paper rolls and cut them into 1-inch segments.

  • Lay the pieces in flower-shaped patterns on a flat surface. Each flower should have about six to seven "petals."
  • Glue each petal to the next, until one flower pattern is formed. Do this with each flower you make.

  • Work in a clockwise motion, connecting each flower to the other with one shared petal until it forms a full wreath shape.

This completes the wreath, but you can add extra adornments for some flair. I added a bow, but spray painting it and adding artificial flowers in warm colors could add to the fall theme. A wreath like this can also be transformed to fit any holiday or season. It's simple, fun, and allows you to be as creative as you want with your decorations!

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