Toilet Paper Tube Crafts: How to Recycle Empty Toilet Paper Rolls Into Frightfully Fun Frankenstein Monsters by 30Seconds Mom

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Toilet Paper Tube Crafts: How to Recycle Empty Toilet Paper Rolls Into Frightfully Fun Frankenstein Monsters

As creative as you can get with empty toilet paper tubes, why would anyone throw them away? For Halloween, it's easy to transform those tubes into a fun Frankenstein Halloween monster. Use as decoration or for a spooky puppet show. 

You'll need: 

Here's how to make it: 

  1. Cut strips of the black construction paper to make "bandages." 
  2. Cut one strip of black construction paper jagged (see photo) to make hair.
  3. Cut a piece of tissue paper or construction paper to cover the toilet paper tube and glue it on. Or, paint the tube green with the craft paint.
  4. Glue on the "bandages" and hair.
  5. Add the wiggle eyes. 

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This is awesome. 🎃
Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
This is a fantastic way to spend some Halloween fun time as a family!

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