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Friday, June 29, 2012

Flower Power Toilet Paper Wreath

If you are a Pinterest follower or addict like me, you have no doubt seen the amazing paper art made from toilet paper rolls.  I had a blank space on a wall that needed some color,  so one day I thought....why not make a toilet paper wreath?  There are so many different versions out there, but I decided to go with making a flower wreath.  So here is my version of the TP wreath, and I really love how it turned out.  I have had so many friends who are amazed to find out what it is really made of.


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I wanted this to be a little dainty, so I cut each piece of the roll very thin.  After I finished gluing all the flower pieces, I spray painted half of them brown and the rest gold.  Then glued it together alternating each color.  It fit perfectly in the corner wall.  

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While I was at it, I decided to make a small little grouping of flowers for another spot that needed some color.  I painted this group all brown before gluing it together. 

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 This is a simple, super easy little project to do to fill in a few blank spots on your walls.  It would also be                         
                      a fun summer project to do with your children when they whine they are bored!!! 

                                                                   Kathy

1 comment:

Lexie Kings said...

Thank you for a great article! As a stamp collector, snail mail lover, and stationery shop owner, I am always happy to see the artistic work and the artists behind. Actually, before I used to research about arts and artisans for the best essay writing services, and I'd say the Love Stamp is one of my favorites and Yulia Brodskaya's work is stunning. When a new stamp is issued, I usually purchase for my collection, mailing cards, and for my shop. (I offer free USPS Forever Stamps with all my cards and invitations.) But this new quilling love stamp is going to become a staple item because it’s not just for Valentine's Day. The color palette is so lovely that it will work year round for weddings, baby showers, and the upcoming spring holidays such as Easter, Mother's Day, and Father's Day, and of course they are perfect for mailing handwritten letters. They really are "miniature works of art!"

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