Five Projects Using Paper Tubes

paper wreath

5. Flower Wreath

I’ve seen a few different versions of paper tube wall art and I love them all. I especially love this flower wreath version from Creative Jewish Mom.

Do you have any projects using paper tubes? I would love to hear about more ways you re-use these common household items. Feel free to leave some comments and suggestions.

[Toilet paper image by elycefeliz via Flickr Creative Commons, Paper tube monsters image by Alisa Burke, Paper lamp image by ale anton via Instructables, Paper tube frames image via Photojojo, Paper flowers image by design by night, Paper flower wreath image via Creative Jewish Mom]

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11 thoughts on “Five Projects Using Paper Tubes”

    1. Aren’t they great? You should check out more of Alisa’s blog, there are some great projects and photos over there!

  1. Allwaysgreatbear

    Love your Ideas. This Christmas I took the Bathroom tissue brown inner rolls I had saved and crush several into the center of one to make a bonfire/campfire starter. I wrapped the tubes in recycled gift wrapping paper and tied off the ends with recycled ribbons to make what comes to look like a English style holiday wrapped candy or Christmas “cracker” or “popper”. My camping friends really liked them and they worked in indoor fireplaces also. Cheers!

  2. I have been recycling toilet paper and paper towel tubes for a decade. They are the same material as cereal bozes, very organic.

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