10 Ways to Reuse Empty Toilet Paper Rolls Around the House
Next time you finish a toilet paper roll, don’t throw it but start stacking them and read this article to get an inspiration for creative things. Recycle the rolls into something more stylish and creative.
Here are some of the creative things you can put to use.
1. Decorate your mirror
Just cut the roll into smaller loops, glue them together in the desired pattern and put them around your mirror.
2. Store toy cars in DIY containers
Use a shoe box or other cardboard box and take as many rolls as you will need to fill the box.Glue them to the bottom of the box and there you have a perfect toy organizer.
3. Seed starter
Toilet rolls are excellent for placing your seeds , the cardboard will decompose gradually, while your plants will nurture and flourish.
Just cut the roll in half and then make 4 long slits on one end of the roll
Make 4 flaps so you can fold the end.
4. Store wrapping paper
U a toilet paper to keep the wrapping paper firm and safe.
5. Organize your office desk
Spray your toilet paper rolls with a solid color, glue every roll to the cardboard and put your pens, pencils, and other office supplies in your new desk accessory.
6. Feed the birds in your neighborhood
Take a toilet paper roll and spread some peanut butter all over it. Then, coat the roll with bird seeds.
7. Get cords under control
Take a toilet paper roll and wrap the cords up in it and skip the untangling part.
8. Your yarn will be organized
Take one roll and start wrapping the yarn around it. This will keep it all neat and in one place.
9. Scarf containers
Put toilet paper rolls in an empty drawer and then place your rolled scarves in them.You can do the same trick with socks too.
10. DIY gift container
There is a birthday party you need to go to, and you want to be creative with your small gift!
Just wrap the gift paper around the paper roll and then cut and glue it. Next, pinch the two sides of the roll , fold the end and tape it closed at the end.
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