9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Gallery Of 9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

» 9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

My son and I have been busy making these adorable toilet paper tube Halloween characters, a fun craft for kids and the perfect Halloween decoration! Below you will find how to make a carboard tube: monster, scarecrow, black cat, handprint bat, ghost, jack-o-lantern, Frankenstein, witch, and mummy craft.

Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

*This post includes affiliate links . Read more .

*We receive free products from to use for crafts and share with all of you. They have all your and are available for purchase at Wal-mart . In this post, we used: fuzzy sticks, craft sticks, pony beads, foam glitter star stickers, paintbrushes, and wiggly eyes.

I held each one up for my son to paint. He did such an awesome job painting. He said that he was an expert painter – so cute!

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

He glued on wiggly eyes and decorated the monster with foam stickers, then drew on a monster mouth with a black marker. I glued on antennae made from fuzzy sticks . Shape the antennae however you’d like and add foam stickers to the tops. Preschoolers and older can usually do the antennae themselves.

I had pink foam stickers for my little guy to stick on, but construction paper would also work. The ears are triangle shaped with the two slanted sides colored with a black stripe along the edge.

You can cut 6 strips of white paper to glue on as whiskers or use white fuzzy sticks/pipe cleaners. Then, use white paint to add on details and the mouth.

I had my son paint a little black area and then glue on eyes when it dries.

My son tore up toilet paper into little strips. He loves this part! We used glue diluted with water ) to paint the tube. Next, he stuck on the strips of toilet paper. To finish he used a paintbrush to brush the glue/water mixture over the top of everything .

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

This one turned out so stinkin’ cute! After the green paint dried, I drew a hairline and my little guy painted that area with black paint. Of course you could skip drawing a line for older kids. He glued on a gray bead on each side of the head . To finish your cardboard Frankenstein, use a black marker to draw on the nose, mouth, and scar.

Cardboard Tube Jack-o-lantern Craft

After letting the orange paint dry, use a black marker to add a not-so-scary pumpkin face. The stem is a square piece of green construction paper.

→ Check out our for another fun idea!

This Halloween character craft is super easy! When the white paint dried, my little guy used his fingerprints to create the eyes and a thumbprint to make the mouth. I am impressed with the great job he did, I was expecting smears!

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Finish the ghost craft by cutting triangle slits along the bottom.

Isn’t this scarecrow craft the cutest? I saw the idea while browsing and loved it! Check out for the tutorial. We painted ours so my son could be more involved with it.

To make the hair, cut thin strips of black construction paper. Glue these along the top. To make the witch’s hat, form a cone shape withblack construction paper and either tape or glue it together. Use the toilet paper roll to trace a circle shape. Draw a 2nd circle around the first circle to create the rim of the witch hat. Press it into place with glue. Glue the hat to the top of the tube.

For more crafty Halloween projects that are recycled like the above toilet paper tube Halloween characters, check out these spooky cute !

Originally posted on 10/27/2011

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

More Fun Halloween Ideas For Kids

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

Amanda is an ‘artsy momma’ to 2 kids who love making crafts just as much as she does. Follow their creative journey over on the blog titled Artsy Momma. Besides crafts, they share fun food ideas, hands-on learning activities, mommy DIY, + lots more! If you love handprint art, head over to their Fun Handprint Art blog where you will find hundreds of their projects all made with little hands and feet.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

these are great fun! we are making TP tube monsters this week – I can;t wait to see how creative they are! Would love for you to share on the sunday showcase my child centered linky party Bern

These turned out so good! I like the monster and witch one the best.

These are adorable! So much creativity. Who knew toilet paper rolls would make such great Halloween decorations? lol!

Such a cute little craft! I know my kids would love this. They are always trying to save toilet paper rolls and use them for random things.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. .

CategoriesSelect CategoryAnimal Themed Crafts Artsy Crafty Holidays Artsy Recipes Christmas Crafts And Activities Creative Kids Crafts And Activities Creative Learning Ideas For Kids DIY Craft Projects For Moms DIY Moms Halloween Crafts And Activities Kids Activities Kids Books And Activities Kids Crafts Movie Inspired Ideas Teaching Ideas For Kids Themed Days And Special Occasions Uncategorized

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

This website uses cookies to personalize your experience, analyze data, for advertisements & social media purposes. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the use of cookies as well as our copyright policy/terms of use.Read more

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

» 9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

My son and I have been busy making these adorable toilet paper tube Halloween characters, a fun craft for kids and the perfect Halloween decoration! Below you will find how to make a carboard tube: monster, scarecrow, black cat, handprint bat, ghost, jack-o-lantern, Frankenstein, witch, and mummy craft.

Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

*This post includes affiliate links . Read more .

*We receive free products from to use for crafts and share with all of you. They have all your and are available for purchase at Wal-mart . In this post, we used: fuzzy sticks, craft sticks, pony beads, foam glitter star stickers, paintbrushes, and wiggly eyes.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

I held each one up for my son to paint. He did such an awesome job painting. He said that he was an expert painter – so cute!

He glued on wiggly eyes and decorated the monster with foam stickers, then drew on a monster mouth with a black marker. I glued on antennae made from fuzzy sticks . Shape the antennae however you’d like and add foam stickers to the tops. Preschoolers and older can usually do the antennae themselves.

I had pink foam stickers for my little guy to stick on, but construction paper would also work. The ears are triangle shaped with the two slanted sides colored with a black stripe along the edge.

You can cut 6 strips of white paper to glue on as whiskers or use white fuzzy sticks/pipe cleaners. Then, use white paint to add on details and the mouth.

I had my son paint a little black area and then glue on eyes when it dries.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

My son tore up toilet paper into little strips. He loves this part! We used glue diluted with water ) to paint the tube. Next, he stuck on the strips of toilet paper. To finish he used a paintbrush to brush the glue/water mixture over the top of everything .

This one turned out so stinkin’ cute! After the green paint dried, I drew a hairline and my little guy painted that area with black paint. Of course you could skip drawing a line for older kids. He glued on a gray bead on each side of the head . To finish your cardboard Frankenstein, use a black marker to draw on the nose, mouth, and scar.

Cardboard Tube Jack-o-lantern Craft

After letting the orange paint dry, use a black marker to add a not-so-scary pumpkin face. The stem is a square piece of green construction paper.

→ Check out our for another fun idea!

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

This Halloween character craft is super easy! When the white paint dried, my little guy used his fingerprints to create the eyes and a thumbprint to make the mouth. I am impressed with the great job he did, I was expecting smears!

Finish the ghost craft by cutting triangle slits along the bottom.

Isn’t this scarecrow craft the cutest? I saw the idea while browsing and loved it! Check out for the tutorial. We painted ours so my son could be more involved with it.

To make the hair, cut thin strips of black construction paper. Glue these along the top. To make the witch’s hat, form a cone shape withblack construction paper and either tape or glue it together. Use the toilet paper roll to trace a circle shape. Draw a 2nd circle around the first circle to create the rim of the witch hat. Press it into place with glue. Glue the hat to the top of the tube.

For more crafty Halloween projects that are recycled like the above toilet paper tube Halloween characters, check out these spooky cute !

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Originally posted on 10/27/2011

More Fun Halloween Ideas For Kids

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Amanda is an ‘artsy momma’ to 2 kids who love making crafts just as much as she does. Follow their creative journey over on the blog titled Artsy Momma. Besides crafts, they share fun food ideas, hands-on learning activities, mommy DIY, + lots more! If you love handprint art, head over to their Fun Handprint Art blog where you will find hundreds of their projects all made with little hands and feet.

these are great fun! we are making TP tube monsters this week – I can;t wait to see how creative they are! Would love for you to share on the sunday showcase my child centered linky party Bern

These turned out so good! I like the monster and witch one the best.

These are adorable! So much creativity. Who knew toilet paper rolls would make such great Halloween decorations? lol!

Such a cute little craft! I know my kids would love this. They are always trying to save toilet paper rolls and use them for random things.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. .

CategoriesSelect CategoryAnimal Themed Crafts Artsy Crafty Holidays Artsy Recipes Christmas Crafts And Activities Creative Kids Crafts And Activities Creative Learning Ideas For Kids DIY Craft Projects For Moms DIY Moms Halloween Crafts And Activities Kids Activities Kids Books And Activities Kids Crafts Movie Inspired Ideas Teaching Ideas For Kids Themed Days And Special Occasions Uncategorized

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

This website uses cookies to personalize your experience, analyze data, for advertisements & social media purposes. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the use of cookies as well as our copyright policy/terms of use.Read more

» 9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

My son and I have been busy making these adorable toilet paper tube Halloween characters, a fun craft for kids and the perfect Halloween decoration! Below you will find how to make a carboard tube: monster, scarecrow, black cat, handprint bat, ghost, jack-o-lantern, Frankenstein, witch, and mummy craft.

Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

*This post includes affiliate links . Read more .

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

*We receive free products from to use for crafts and share with all of you. They have all your and are available for purchase at Wal-mart . In this post, we used: fuzzy sticks, craft sticks, pony beads, foam glitter star stickers, paintbrushes, and wiggly eyes.

I held each one up for my son to paint. He did such an awesome job painting. He said that he was an expert painter – so cute!

He glued on wiggly eyes and decorated the monster with foam stickers, then drew on a monster mouth with a black marker. I glued on antennae made from fuzzy sticks . Shape the antennae however you’d like and add foam stickers to the tops. Preschoolers and older can usually do the antennae themselves.

I had pink foam stickers for my little guy to stick on, but construction paper would also work. The ears are triangle shaped with the two slanted sides colored with a black stripe along the edge.

You can cut 6 strips of white paper to glue on as whiskers or use white fuzzy sticks/pipe cleaners. Then, use white paint to add on details and the mouth.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

I had my son paint a little black area and then glue on eyes when it dries.

My son tore up toilet paper into little strips. He loves this part! We used glue diluted with water ) to paint the tube. Next, he stuck on the strips of toilet paper. To finish he used a paintbrush to brush the glue/water mixture over the top of everything .

This one turned out so stinkin’ cute! After the green paint dried, I drew a hairline and my little guy painted that area with black paint. Of course you could skip drawing a line for older kids. He glued on a gray bead on each side of the head . To finish your cardboard Frankenstein, use a black marker to draw on the nose, mouth, and scar.

Cardboard Tube Jack-o-lantern Craft

After letting the orange paint dry, use a black marker to add a not-so-scary pumpkin face. The stem is a square piece of green construction paper.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

→ Check out our for another fun idea!

This Halloween character craft is super easy! When the white paint dried, my little guy used his fingerprints to create the eyes and a thumbprint to make the mouth. I am impressed with the great job he did, I was expecting smears!

Finish the ghost craft by cutting triangle slits along the bottom.

Isn’t this scarecrow craft the cutest? I saw the idea while browsing and loved it! Check out for the tutorial. We painted ours so my son could be more involved with it.

To make the hair, cut thin strips of black construction paper. Glue these along the top. To make the witch’s hat, form a cone shape withblack construction paper and either tape or glue it together. Use the toilet paper roll to trace a circle shape. Draw a 2nd circle around the first circle to create the rim of the witch hat. Press it into place with glue. Glue the hat to the top of the tube.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

For more crafty Halloween projects that are recycled like the above toilet paper tube Halloween characters, check out these spooky cute !

Originally posted on 10/27/2011

More Fun Halloween Ideas For Kids

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

Amanda is an ‘artsy momma’ to 2 kids who love making crafts just as much as she does. Follow their creative journey over on the blog titled Artsy Momma. Besides crafts, they share fun food ideas, hands-on learning activities, mommy DIY, + lots more! If you love handprint art, head over to their Fun Handprint Art blog where you will find hundreds of their projects all made with little hands and feet.

these are great fun! we are making TP tube monsters this week – I can;t wait to see how creative they are! Would love for you to share on the sunday showcase my child centered linky party Bern

These turned out so good! I like the monster and witch one the best.

These are adorable! So much creativity. Who knew toilet paper rolls would make such great Halloween decorations? lol!

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Such a cute little craft! I know my kids would love this. They are always trying to save toilet paper rolls and use them for random things.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. .

CategoriesSelect CategoryAnimal Themed Crafts Artsy Crafty Holidays Artsy Recipes Christmas Crafts And Activities Creative Kids Crafts And Activities Creative Learning Ideas For Kids DIY Craft Projects For Moms DIY Moms Halloween Crafts And Activities Kids Activities Kids Books And Activities Kids Crafts Movie Inspired Ideas Teaching Ideas For Kids Themed Days And Special Occasions Uncategorized

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

This website uses cookies to personalize your experience, analyze data, for advertisements & social media purposes. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the use of cookies as well as our copyright policy/terms of use.Read more

» 9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

My son and I have been busy making these adorable toilet paper tube Halloween characters, a fun craft for kids and the perfect Halloween decoration! Below you will find how to make a carboard tube: monster, scarecrow, black cat, handprint bat, ghost, jack-o-lantern, Frankenstein, witch, and mummy craft.

Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

*This post includes affiliate links . Read more .

*We receive free products from to use for crafts and share with all of you. They have all your and are available for purchase at Wal-mart . In this post, we used: fuzzy sticks, craft sticks, pony beads, foam glitter star stickers, paintbrushes, and wiggly eyes.

I held each one up for my son to paint. He did such an awesome job painting. He said that he was an expert painter – so cute!

He glued on wiggly eyes and decorated the monster with foam stickers, then drew on a monster mouth with a black marker. I glued on antennae made from fuzzy sticks . Shape the antennae however you’d like and add foam stickers to the tops. Preschoolers and older can usually do the antennae themselves.

I had pink foam stickers for my little guy to stick on, but construction paper would also work. The ears are triangle shaped with the two slanted sides colored with a black stripe along the edge.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

You can cut 6 strips of white paper to glue on as whiskers or use white fuzzy sticks/pipe cleaners. Then, use white paint to add on details and the mouth.

I had my son paint a little black area and then glue on eyes when it dries.

My son tore up toilet paper into little strips. He loves this part! We used glue diluted with water ) to paint the tube. Next, he stuck on the strips of toilet paper. To finish he used a paintbrush to brush the glue/water mixture over the top of everything .

This one turned out so stinkin’ cute! After the green paint dried, I drew a hairline and my little guy painted that area with black paint. Of course you could skip drawing a line for older kids. He glued on a gray bead on each side of the head . To finish your cardboard Frankenstein, use a black marker to draw on the nose, mouth, and scar.

Cardboard Tube Jack-o-lantern Craft

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

After letting the orange paint dry, use a black marker to add a not-so-scary pumpkin face. The stem is a square piece of green construction paper.

→ Check out our for another fun idea!

This Halloween character craft is super easy! When the white paint dried, my little guy used his fingerprints to create the eyes and a thumbprint to make the mouth. I am impressed with the great job he did, I was expecting smears!

Finish the ghost craft by cutting triangle slits along the bottom.

Isn’t this scarecrow craft the cutest? I saw the idea while browsing and loved it! Check out for the tutorial. We painted ours so my son could be more involved with it.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

To make the hair, cut thin strips of black construction paper. Glue these along the top. To make the witch’s hat, form a cone shape withblack construction paper and either tape or glue it together. Use the toilet paper roll to trace a circle shape. Draw a 2nd circle around the first circle to create the rim of the witch hat. Press it into place with glue. Glue the hat to the top of the tube.

For more crafty Halloween projects that are recycled like the above toilet paper tube Halloween characters, check out these spooky cute !

Originally posted on 10/27/2011

More Fun Halloween Ideas For Kids

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

Amanda is an ‘artsy momma’ to 2 kids who love making crafts just as much as she does. Follow their creative journey over on the blog titled Artsy Momma. Besides crafts, they share fun food ideas, hands-on learning activities, mommy DIY, + lots more! If you love handprint art, head over to their Fun Handprint Art blog where you will find hundreds of their projects all made with little hands and feet.

these are great fun! we are making TP tube monsters this week – I can;t wait to see how creative they are! Would love for you to share on the sunday showcase my child centered linky party Bern

These turned out so good! I like the monster and witch one the best.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

These are adorable! So much creativity. Who knew toilet paper rolls would make such great Halloween decorations? lol!

Such a cute little craft! I know my kids would love this. They are always trying to save toilet paper rolls and use them for random things.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. .

CategoriesSelect CategoryAnimal Themed Crafts Artsy Crafty Holidays Artsy Recipes Christmas Crafts And Activities Creative Kids Crafts And Activities Creative Learning Ideas For Kids DIY Craft Projects For Moms DIY Moms Halloween Crafts And Activities Kids Activities Kids Books And Activities Kids Crafts Movie Inspired Ideas Teaching Ideas For Kids Themed Days And Special Occasions Uncategorized

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

This website uses cookies to personalize your experience, analyze data, for advertisements & social media purposes. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the use of cookies as well as our copyright policy/terms of use.Read more

» 9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

My son and I have been busy making these adorable toilet paper tube Halloween characters, a fun craft for kids and the perfect Halloween decoration! Below you will find how to make a carboard tube: monster, scarecrow, black cat, handprint bat, ghost, jack-o-lantern, Frankenstein, witch, and mummy craft.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

*This post includes affiliate links . Read more .

*We receive free products from to use for crafts and share with all of you. They have all your and are available for purchase at Wal-mart . In this post, we used: fuzzy sticks, craft sticks, pony beads, foam glitter star stickers, paintbrushes, and wiggly eyes.

I held each one up for my son to paint. He did such an awesome job painting. He said that he was an expert painter – so cute!

He glued on wiggly eyes and decorated the monster with foam stickers, then drew on a monster mouth with a black marker. I glued on antennae made from fuzzy sticks . Shape the antennae however you’d like and add foam stickers to the tops. Preschoolers and older can usually do the antennae themselves.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

I had pink foam stickers for my little guy to stick on, but construction paper would also work. The ears are triangle shaped with the two slanted sides colored with a black stripe along the edge.

You can cut 6 strips of white paper to glue on as whiskers or use white fuzzy sticks/pipe cleaners. Then, use white paint to add on details and the mouth.

I had my son paint a little black area and then glue on eyes when it dries.

My son tore up toilet paper into little strips. He loves this part! We used glue diluted with water ) to paint the tube. Next, he stuck on the strips of toilet paper. To finish he used a paintbrush to brush the glue/water mixture over the top of everything .

This one turned out so stinkin’ cute! After the green paint dried, I drew a hairline and my little guy painted that area with black paint. Of course you could skip drawing a line for older kids. He glued on a gray bead on each side of the head . To finish your cardboard Frankenstein, use a black marker to draw on the nose, mouth, and scar.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Cardboard Tube Jack-o-lantern Craft

After letting the orange paint dry, use a black marker to add a not-so-scary pumpkin face. The stem is a square piece of green construction paper.

→ Check out our for another fun idea!

This Halloween character craft is super easy! When the white paint dried, my little guy used his fingerprints to create the eyes and a thumbprint to make the mouth. I am impressed with the great job he did, I was expecting smears!

Finish the ghost craft by cutting triangle slits along the bottom.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Isn’t this scarecrow craft the cutest? I saw the idea while browsing and loved it! Check out for the tutorial. We painted ours so my son could be more involved with it.

To make the hair, cut thin strips of black construction paper. Glue these along the top. To make the witch’s hat, form a cone shape withblack construction paper and either tape or glue it together. Use the toilet paper roll to trace a circle shape. Draw a 2nd circle around the first circle to create the rim of the witch hat. Press it into place with glue. Glue the hat to the top of the tube.

For more crafty Halloween projects that are recycled like the above toilet paper tube Halloween characters, check out these spooky cute !

Originally posted on 10/27/2011

More Fun Halloween Ideas For Kids

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

Amanda is an ‘artsy momma’ to 2 kids who love making crafts just as much as she does. Follow their creative journey over on the blog titled Artsy Momma. Besides crafts, they share fun food ideas, hands-on learning activities, mommy DIY, + lots more! If you love handprint art, head over to their Fun Handprint Art blog where you will find hundreds of their projects all made with little hands and feet.

these are great fun! we are making TP tube monsters this week – I can;t wait to see how creative they are! Would love for you to share on the sunday showcase my child centered linky party Bern

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

These turned out so good! I like the monster and witch one the best.

These are adorable! So much creativity. Who knew toilet paper rolls would make such great Halloween decorations? lol!

Such a cute little craft! I know my kids would love this. They are always trying to save toilet paper rolls and use them for random things.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. .

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

CategoriesSelect CategoryAnimal Themed Crafts Artsy Crafty Holidays Artsy Recipes Christmas Crafts And Activities Creative Kids Crafts And Activities Creative Learning Ideas For Kids DIY Craft Projects For Moms DIY Moms Halloween Crafts And Activities Kids Activities Kids Books And Activities Kids Crafts Movie Inspired Ideas Teaching Ideas For Kids Themed Days And Special Occasions Uncategorized

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

This website uses cookies to personalize your experience, analyze data, for advertisements & social media purposes. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the use of cookies as well as our copyright policy/terms of use.Read more

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

» 9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

My son and I have been busy making these adorable toilet paper tube Halloween characters, a fun craft for kids and the perfect Halloween decoration! Below you will find how to make a carboard tube: monster, scarecrow, black cat, handprint bat, ghost, jack-o-lantern, Frankenstein, witch, and mummy craft.

Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

*This post includes affiliate links . Read more .

*We receive free products from to use for crafts and share with all of you. They have all your and are available for purchase at Wal-mart . In this post, we used: fuzzy sticks, craft sticks, pony beads, foam glitter star stickers, paintbrushes, and wiggly eyes.

I held each one up for my son to paint. He did such an awesome job painting. He said that he was an expert painter – so cute!

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

He glued on wiggly eyes and decorated the monster with foam stickers, then drew on a monster mouth with a black marker. I glued on antennae made from fuzzy sticks . Shape the antennae however you’d like and add foam stickers to the tops. Preschoolers and older can usually do the antennae themselves.

I had pink foam stickers for my little guy to stick on, but construction paper would also work. The ears are triangle shaped with the two slanted sides colored with a black stripe along the edge.

You can cut 6 strips of white paper to glue on as whiskers or use white fuzzy sticks/pipe cleaners. Then, use white paint to add on details and the mouth.

I had my son paint a little black area and then glue on eyes when it dries.

My son tore up toilet paper into little strips. He loves this part! We used glue diluted with water ) to paint the tube. Next, he stuck on the strips of toilet paper. To finish he used a paintbrush to brush the glue/water mixture over the top of everything .

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

This one turned out so stinkin’ cute! After the green paint dried, I drew a hairline and my little guy painted that area with black paint. Of course you could skip drawing a line for older kids. He glued on a gray bead on each side of the head . To finish your cardboard Frankenstein, use a black marker to draw on the nose, mouth, and scar.

Cardboard Tube Jack-o-lantern Craft

After letting the orange paint dry, use a black marker to add a not-so-scary pumpkin face. The stem is a square piece of green construction paper.

→ Check out our for another fun idea!

This Halloween character craft is super easy! When the white paint dried, my little guy used his fingerprints to create the eyes and a thumbprint to make the mouth. I am impressed with the great job he did, I was expecting smears!

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Finish the ghost craft by cutting triangle slits along the bottom.

Isn’t this scarecrow craft the cutest? I saw the idea while browsing and loved it! Check out for the tutorial. We painted ours so my son could be more involved with it.

To make the hair, cut thin strips of black construction paper. Glue these along the top. To make the witch’s hat, form a cone shape withblack construction paper and either tape or glue it together. Use the toilet paper roll to trace a circle shape. Draw a 2nd circle around the first circle to create the rim of the witch hat. Press it into place with glue. Glue the hat to the top of the tube.

For more crafty Halloween projects that are recycled like the above toilet paper tube Halloween characters, check out these spooky cute !

Originally posted on 10/27/2011

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

More Fun Halloween Ideas For Kids

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

Amanda is an ‘artsy momma’ to 2 kids who love making crafts just as much as she does. Follow their creative journey over on the blog titled Artsy Momma. Besides crafts, they share fun food ideas, hands-on learning activities, mommy DIY, + lots more! If you love handprint art, head over to their Fun Handprint Art blog where you will find hundreds of their projects all made with little hands and feet.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

these are great fun! we are making TP tube monsters this week – I can;t wait to see how creative they are! Would love for you to share on the sunday showcase my child centered linky party Bern

These turned out so good! I like the monster and witch one the best.

These are adorable! So much creativity. Who knew toilet paper rolls would make such great Halloween decorations? lol!

Such a cute little craft! I know my kids would love this. They are always trying to save toilet paper rolls and use them for random things.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. .

CategoriesSelect CategoryAnimal Themed Crafts Artsy Crafty Holidays Artsy Recipes Christmas Crafts And Activities Creative Kids Crafts And Activities Creative Learning Ideas For Kids DIY Craft Projects For Moms DIY Moms Halloween Crafts And Activities Kids Activities Kids Books And Activities Kids Crafts Movie Inspired Ideas Teaching Ideas For Kids Themed Days And Special Occasions Uncategorized

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

This website uses cookies to personalize your experience, analyze data, for advertisements & social media purposes. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the use of cookies as well as our copyright policy/terms of use.Read more

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

» 9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

My son and I have been busy making these adorable toilet paper tube Halloween characters, a fun craft for kids and the perfect Halloween decoration! Below you will find how to make a carboard tube: monster, scarecrow, black cat, handprint bat, ghost, jack-o-lantern, Frankenstein, witch, and mummy craft.

Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

*This post includes affiliate links . Read more .

*We receive free products from to use for crafts and share with all of you. They have all your and are available for purchase at Wal-mart . In this post, we used: fuzzy sticks, craft sticks, pony beads, foam glitter star stickers, paintbrushes, and wiggly eyes.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

I held each one up for my son to paint. He did such an awesome job painting. He said that he was an expert painter – so cute!

He glued on wiggly eyes and decorated the monster with foam stickers, then drew on a monster mouth with a black marker. I glued on antennae made from fuzzy sticks . Shape the antennae however you’d like and add foam stickers to the tops. Preschoolers and older can usually do the antennae themselves.

I had pink foam stickers for my little guy to stick on, but construction paper would also work. The ears are triangle shaped with the two slanted sides colored with a black stripe along the edge.

You can cut 6 strips of white paper to glue on as whiskers or use white fuzzy sticks/pipe cleaners. Then, use white paint to add on details and the mouth.

I had my son paint a little black area and then glue on eyes when it dries.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

My son tore up toilet paper into little strips. He loves this part! We used glue diluted with water ) to paint the tube. Next, he stuck on the strips of toilet paper. To finish he used a paintbrush to brush the glue/water mixture over the top of everything .

This one turned out so stinkin’ cute! After the green paint dried, I drew a hairline and my little guy painted that area with black paint. Of course you could skip drawing a line for older kids. He glued on a gray bead on each side of the head . To finish your cardboard Frankenstein, use a black marker to draw on the nose, mouth, and scar.

Cardboard Tube Jack-o-lantern Craft

After letting the orange paint dry, use a black marker to add a not-so-scary pumpkin face. The stem is a square piece of green construction paper.

→ Check out our for another fun idea!

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

This Halloween character craft is super easy! When the white paint dried, my little guy used his fingerprints to create the eyes and a thumbprint to make the mouth. I am impressed with the great job he did, I was expecting smears!

Finish the ghost craft by cutting triangle slits along the bottom.

Isn’t this scarecrow craft the cutest? I saw the idea while browsing and loved it! Check out for the tutorial. We painted ours so my son could be more involved with it.

To make the hair, cut thin strips of black construction paper. Glue these along the top. To make the witch’s hat, form a cone shape withblack construction paper and either tape or glue it together. Use the toilet paper roll to trace a circle shape. Draw a 2nd circle around the first circle to create the rim of the witch hat. Press it into place with glue. Glue the hat to the top of the tube.

For more crafty Halloween projects that are recycled like the above toilet paper tube Halloween characters, check out these spooky cute !

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Originally posted on 10/27/2011

More Fun Halloween Ideas For Kids

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Amanda is an ‘artsy momma’ to 2 kids who love making crafts just as much as she does. Follow their creative journey over on the blog titled Artsy Momma. Besides crafts, they share fun food ideas, hands-on learning activities, mommy DIY, + lots more! If you love handprint art, head over to their Fun Handprint Art blog where you will find hundreds of their projects all made with little hands and feet.

these are great fun! we are making TP tube monsters this week – I can;t wait to see how creative they are! Would love for you to share on the sunday showcase my child centered linky party Bern

These turned out so good! I like the monster and witch one the best.

These are adorable! So much creativity. Who knew toilet paper rolls would make such great Halloween decorations? lol!

Such a cute little craft! I know my kids would love this. They are always trying to save toilet paper rolls and use them for random things.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. .

CategoriesSelect CategoryAnimal Themed Crafts Artsy Crafty Holidays Artsy Recipes Christmas Crafts And Activities Creative Kids Crafts And Activities Creative Learning Ideas For Kids DIY Craft Projects For Moms DIY Moms Halloween Crafts And Activities Kids Activities Kids Books And Activities Kids Crafts Movie Inspired Ideas Teaching Ideas For Kids Themed Days And Special Occasions Uncategorized

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

This website uses cookies to personalize your experience, analyze data, for advertisements & social media purposes. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the use of cookies as well as our copyright policy/terms of use.Read more

» 9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously

My son and I have been busy making these adorable toilet paper tube Halloween characters, a fun craft for kids and the perfect Halloween decoration! Below you will find how to make a carboard tube: monster, scarecrow, black cat, handprint bat, ghost, jack-o-lantern, Frankenstein, witch, and mummy craft.

Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

*This post includes affiliate links . Read more .

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

*We receive free products from to use for crafts and share with all of you. They have all your and are available for purchase at Wal-mart . In this post, we used: fuzzy sticks, craft sticks, pony beads, foam glitter star stickers, paintbrushes, and wiggly eyes.

I held each one up for my son to paint. He did such an awesome job painting. He said that he was an expert painter – so cute!

He glued on wiggly eyes and decorated the monster with foam stickers, then drew on a monster mouth with a black marker. I glued on antennae made from fuzzy sticks . Shape the antennae however you’d like and add foam stickers to the tops. Preschoolers and older can usually do the antennae themselves.

I had pink foam stickers for my little guy to stick on, but construction paper would also work. The ears are triangle shaped with the two slanted sides colored with a black stripe along the edge.

You can cut 6 strips of white paper to glue on as whiskers or use white fuzzy sticks/pipe cleaners. Then, use white paint to add on details and the mouth.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

I had my son paint a little black area and then glue on eyes when it dries.

My son tore up toilet paper into little strips. He loves this part! We used glue diluted with water ) to paint the tube. Next, he stuck on the strips of toilet paper. To finish he used a paintbrush to brush the glue/water mixture over the top of everything .

This one turned out so stinkin’ cute! After the green paint dried, I drew a hairline and my little guy painted that area with black paint. Of course you could skip drawing a line for older kids. He glued on a gray bead on each side of the head . To finish your cardboard Frankenstein, use a black marker to draw on the nose, mouth, and scar.

Cardboard Tube Jack-o-lantern Craft

After letting the orange paint dry, use a black marker to add a not-so-scary pumpkin face. The stem is a square piece of green construction paper.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

→ Check out our for another fun idea!

This Halloween character craft is super easy! When the white paint dried, my little guy used his fingerprints to create the eyes and a thumbprint to make the mouth. I am impressed with the great job he did, I was expecting smears!

Finish the ghost craft by cutting triangle slits along the bottom.

Isn’t this scarecrow craft the cutest? I saw the idea while browsing and loved it! Check out for the tutorial. We painted ours so my son could be more involved with it.

To make the hair, cut thin strips of black construction paper. Glue these along the top. To make the witch’s hat, form a cone shape withblack construction paper and either tape or glue it together. Use the toilet paper roll to trace a circle shape. Draw a 2nd circle around the first circle to create the rim of the witch hat. Press it into place with glue. Glue the hat to the top of the tube.

9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

For more crafty Halloween projects that are recycled like the above toilet paper tube Halloween characters, check out these spooky cute !

Originally posted on 10/27/2011

More Fun Halloween Ideas For Kids

- %7B!function%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.getElementsByTagName%5B0%5D,t%3Ddocument.createElement%3Bt.type%3D"text/javascript",t.src%3D"//app.meetedgar.com/share.js%3F"%2BMath.floor(99999*Math.random),e.appendChild%7D%7D)%3B)

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

You may also be interested in

 

Tags About 9 Toilet Paper Tube Halloween Characters

,