Toilet Paper Roll Star Ornaments

By: Muffin Tin Mom
Toilet Paper Roll Star Ornaments
Toilet Paper Roll Star Ornaments
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If you're looking for simple Christmas crafts for kids, here's a great one that also doubles as a lesson about recycling! It's not often you find Christmas tree ornaments for kids to make that are this thrifty, plus look how pretty these Toilet Paper Roll Star Ornaments are! Not only is this DIY Christmas craft a fun project to do as a family, but it’s also very affordable. These ornaments will make your Christmas tree sparkle thanks to the glitter. Thanks to easy DIY crafts like these, you can actually relax this holiday season. 

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsRecycled Materials

Primary TechniqueGreen Crafting




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I make these to look more as a flower. I gave them out at Christmas at the VA hospital that I use one year and I painted some Christmas colors and some for Channukkah colors and some just pretty flower colors. I did it that way because there are Christians, Jews, and people who don't believe in the holidays but they all got a present. I made over 1,000 of them and they were all well received. Unfortunately my hands are not what they used to be. I wish I could make them now and give them out. I think I would make about 5,000 this year because there are more veterans that need the cheer.

This is such a pretty craft, and easy too. It is perfect for classrooms and day care centres. To make it more kid friendly, just substitute the spray paint for regular water paint and then use a paint brush to add a thin coat of glue before sprinkling on the glitter. Another alternative is to use glitter paint/glue.

I like a craft that is easy and uses items we would normally throw away. I will try this and paint the stars with glow in the dark paint, and I will make another set and glitter them up. I will hang the sparkly ones in my kitchen window and put the glow ones in a corner as a mobile.


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