Toilet Paper Roll Valentines - with a Free Printable

Toilet Paper Roll Valentines

By Erin Huffstetler | 02/10/2016 | 5 Comments
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Forget store-bought Valentines. Just save your toilet paper rolls this week, and you can make these …

Monster Toilet Paper Roll Valentines

or these. The hardest part will be deciding which to make. Let’s get started!

Toilet Paper Roll Valentines Red/Pink/Brown Printable

1. Pick your design. Go here to print the Valentine caps …

Toilet Paper Roll Valentine's Monster Printable

or here to print the monster caps.

Monster Caps

Valentine Caps

2. Cut the caps out, and set them aside.

Wrap the Toilet Paper Rolls in Scrapbook Paper

3. Then, wrap your toilet paper rolls in scrapbook paper.

Glue a Cap on Each Toilet Paper Roll

4. Now, glue a cap on one end of each roll. To do this, flip a cap over so that the unprinted side is facing up, and run a glue stick around the outer edge. Then, center the cap over one end of the roll, and fold the edges down around the sides. It’ll end up looking like a push-up pop. Allow the glue to dry before you continue.

Hershey's Kisses

5. Pick out some goodies to fill your Valentines. I used Hershey’s Kisses that I bought during the after-Christmas clearance …

Toys and Trinkets

and some little toys that I had saved up. More about that here.

Toilet Paper Roll Valentine Stuffed with Toys

Toilet Paper Roll Valentine Stuffed with Candy

6. Fill the Valentines with your goodies. Then, glue a cap on the other end to seal them in.

Finished Toilet Paper Roll Valentines

7. Allow the glue to dry, and your Valentine’s are ready to give!

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Comments

  1. Actually, they’re probably cleaner than your toothbrush, since they stay covered up the entire time they’re in the bathroom. But paper towel rolls would certainly work, too.

  2. Love it, only Erin could come up with a new way to use those throw-away things we pay for. You go girl. Keep up the great work.

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