craft express – loo roll snakes

We know you love some loo roll craft as much as we do so here is another fab idea to use up all those rolls!

Follow this tutorial to whip up your own googly eyed darlings, just like these.

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you know how we love loo rolls?

Check out these little gems made from two loo rolls and some ribbon.  Imagine the adventures, both indoor and outdoor, your little one will have with these?

courtesy of cupcakesforclara.com

calling all loo rolls …

We told you some time ago to save your loo rolls  … all in preparation for the LRCE (loo roll craft extravaganza)!

Here are our favourite easy, peasy ideas to do with littlies through to primary school.

courtesy of
kiflieslevendula.blogspot.com

To make these little speedsters you’ll need paint or textas/crayons, safety scissors and split pins to attach the wheels.  Stay tuned for a post about making a race track in the next few days!

To make these crazy monsters you’ll need paint or textas and any fancy bits you have available. Think pipe cleaners, mini pom poms, glitter.

Here’s our middle sized dude with his loo roll octopus (and pipe cleaner jellyfish but that’s another story).  For this you’ll need paint or textas/pencils, googly eyes (about $2 a pack from Woollies of craft stores).

For the owls (courtesy of elhadadepapel.blogspot.com) you’ll just need paint, a black marker pen and your imagination.  The bats (courtesy of krokotak.com) need much the same, along with some coloured paper to be folded fan like and attached as wings.

And last but lnot least, blast into outer space with these cool rocket ships.

courtesy of bedifferentactnormal.com

These rocket ships make a great room decoration when completed.  All you’ll need is paint, some sticky dots and stars (just cut some out if you dont have stickers) and ribbon or strips of paper.

If you have a loo roll specialty we’d love to see it!  You know we love to share.

loo rolls – we love ’em

We just love a clever idea around here.  Whether we come up with our own or come across some other clever clog’s creation, we will share it with you here.  Promise.

Let’s start with one of our favourites – toilet roll dudes.  Grab all your old loo rolls (start saving them now ’cause we have plenty more ideas for them!), bits and pieces of coloured paper, feathers, googlie eyes if you have them (if not, you can buy a pack at Woollies for about $2), foil, whatever you have on hand.

The best thing about this is there are NO rules.  Add glue.  Go crazy.  Done.