reason to celebrate | paper star

This star is made with cut down toilet paper rolls and paint. WOW!  Beautiful temporary wall art that has prompted about a million ideas in my head. I will start saving my rolls now… Easy to do since we are right in the middle of potty training x2 around here.

Photo by Erika.

PS. Paper balls for Christmas!


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Posted August 22, 2011
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20 Responses to “reason to celebrate | paper star”

  1. Jessica@TWB says:

    Wow this is a visual stunner. Thanks for sharing.

  2. So simple and so beautiful — what a creative use for something so readily thrown away! I’ll have to be better about keeping them (and the paper towel rolls, too!). I can see some mighty fine Christmas crafts coming in my future…

  3. I LOVE this!! It’s very inspired!! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Rebecca says:

    Wow, beautiful! My grandparents have \vintage\ Christmas tree decorations made out of toilet paper rolls. One year early in their marriage, they had no money for ornaments and made them…and now these are our favorite! :)

  5. Happenstance says:

    Wow, this is really cool and so very doable! Ha, we’re about to embark on potty training over here too:)

  6. I wouldn’t have known these were made from tissue rolls if you hadn’t mentioned! This is really beautiful, and so creatively done! :)

  7. Monica says:

    Omgosh forgot you have twins! Good luck with the potty training! :o) I can’t wait to see what you make!!

  8. bianca says:

    This is fabulous! I love it :)

  9. Masha says:

    Hey, this is gorgeous! Did you just use regular school glue to put them together?

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  11. Kinsey says:

    Ooooo with Christmas coming up you could probably also cut up the tubes from wrapping paper!

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  14. Louise says:

    Hi, I love this!! How did you paint them?

  15. Melissa says:

    Do you have instructions on how to do this?

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