Halloween is right around the corner. We’re picking out costumes, decorating our house, inside and out. Kids also love crafting, for any holiday! These easy toilet paper roll Halloween crafts are great for kids to create and decorate with.
Toilet paper roll crafts are one of the most popular and classic recycled crafts out there, especially when it comes to crafting with kids. These often adorable and always cheap craft ideas are a great way to teach kids all about reusing and recycling products in the home.
You could also use paper towel tubes, tubes from wrapping paper, and such.
Easy Toilet Paper Roll Halloween Crafts
Halloween is right around the corner. We're picking out costumes, decorating our house, inside and out. Kids also love crafting, for any holiday! These easy toilet paper roll Halloween crafts are great for kids to create and decorate with.
These not-too-spooky Halloween napkin rings are made from googly eyes and felt, and are the perfect addition to your Halloween tablescape. I love making DIY napkin rings for holidays and parties, and this googly eyes craft is perfect for Halloween.
This toilet paper roll bat craft is a fun, easy, and simple Halloween craft for kids! On top of that, it’s also a fun way to recycle. Learn how easy it is to make these cute little bats at home with your kids (or with your students in the classroom).
This Toilet Paper Roll Monsters Craft is oh so adorable! It is a super easy craft to make and the kids can let their imagination run wild. They can have silly monsters, scary monsters, or anything in between.
If you’re looking for some fun Halloween activities then you are going to love this simple and easy Frankenstein toilet tube craft idea. In fact, this super easy kids Halloween craft can double as Frankenstein decor for your Halloween party or decorate the windows on trick or treat night.
Turn your TP Roll Bat into mini Pinatas and then you can REALLY have a Trick or Treat session (we do love a good DIY Treat Box Craft!!). Pull the string – will you receive a TREAT with colorful lollies… or a TRICK with slimy worms (aka worm sweets of course).
Even without all of the traditions that surround Halloween, there’s still something fun and alluring about it. That’s why I couldn’t resist making this Spooky Tree Halloween Craft for Kids. Come and see how I did it.
Bring the spookiness to Halloween with one of my latest recycling crafts in the form on a toilet paper roll witch! She can be used to give someone a fright or even as a decoration for a Halloween party!
Now here is a craft from many moons ago! I love Toilet Paper Roll Crafts – for both kids and grown-ups – as TP Rolls (or Kitchen Towel rolls if you prefer) are cheap (well free!) and super duper versatile.
We have a whole heap of fun spider-themed ideas here on The Inspiration Edit and this toilet tube spider is one of my favorites. Enjoy making this super cute toilet tube Halloween spider craft for kids!
Make fab little Monsters… I think this craft is great for little boys, but can also be a great way to help any young child that may have “issues” with Monsters at the moment. They are, of course, FRIENDLY monsters. Make them. Give them names. And at bedtime, but them by the bed to keep away any of those scary nighttime monsters.
Fantastic and fun skeleton craft for kids. In fact, this Halloween toilet tube craft is super fun and easy to make. Skeletons are popular on trick or treat night and this simple skeleton paper craft can double as a Halloween decoration as well as a fun kids' craft idea.
Use a toilet paper roll and some crepe paper to make the cutest Halloween kid's craft ever: DIY mini piñatas. You’ll love finding out what’s inside this toilet paper roll mummy!
How Sanitary are Toilet Paper Rolls for Crafting?
Yes, there are germs in the bathroom. Just like every other part of your house. But the bathroom does have the poop factor. Personally, I don’t worry too much about it as we are healthy, keep a clean house, and aren’t chewing on the toilet paper roll crafts.
How to Sanitize Toilet Paper Rolls
Set your rolls out in the sun. Sitting out in the sun should help kill off any bacteria that might be lingering.
Spray down tubes with Lysol or wipe them down with a Clorox wipe.