Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Toilet Paper Rolls= Art... You Don't Say.

A little while back I ran across Revolutionaries: A Project for Fall! Right away I knew I had found the perfect project for the empty space above our fireplace mantle. So naturally, I pinned it and went to work!

For my home, this piece fits the decor all year round, but perhaps it is a project you would just like to display for fall.

Without further ado, my version of toilet paper roll art.

I found the frame at a local thrift shop for $2.00. That's right... two dollars! It was a funky old wood color, so I painted it black.

It had no back. I stole it from another frame I had that really didn't need a back.

No trees were harmed in the making of this art. I happened across this branch at a park my honey and I frequent. It was love at first sight.

Here's the cut toilet paper rolls having the fabric and felt glued on.

Close up of the "leaves". I added fabric to the front and back for additional stability.

Here's the finished project again. Just so you don't have to scroll back up.

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  1. Oh my goodness! I love yours even more than mine!! I love how you used a branch larger than your frame-- such a cool feature! I am so glad I "inspired" you :) just became a follower!

    -Bonnie @ Revolutionaries

  2. Love it!

  3. That is actually REALLY cool! I've never seen toilet paper rolls used like that before! How nifty. This is a craft project I'll have to tell my mom about, because I'm sure she would love it.

  4. I love this. SO cute. Thanks for linking up!

  5. I have seen this toilet paper type art before and have started saving them just last week. You did a great job, I really like it. Nice!

  6. WOW! So cool! I've only used the paper roll for my kids projects!

  7. This is soooo cute! How creative!! I am now your newest follower via Passionately Artistic. I hope you will follow me, too! Blessings to you!


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