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This would be cute for our Virginia Big Eared bat. Obviously, we'd need to make our bat have bigger ears!

TOILET~PAPER ROLLS: up'd to Christmas Tree ornaments. Are these cute or what? They’re actually just cardboard toilet paper rolls, painted in bright colors and decorated with black permanent markers. One end of the roll is simply pinched to create the owl’s ‘ears’ – a fun and easy project for both kids and adults. FORGET GOING TO A BIG BOX STORE and piling a cart high with cheap, mass-produced holiday decorations made in China. Help the Earth and create lasting memories with the kids.

Toilet Paper Tube Owls--the site I have linked is not the original site that this was taken from, but seeing that the original pinner failed to provide a proper link, this was the closest google search result (HUGE pet peeve of mine: not properly linking pins!).

Shoebox Marker Caddy:Aunt Peaches Everyone has a shoebox and everyone has TP rolls. So everyone should have a marker caddy by 3pm this afternoon! Also, i you haven’t been to Aunt Peaches website before, you really should. She loves glitter and tells the best stories that she types with her Southern accent.

When my Grandma was moving out of her last apartment and in with my father, I found a ton of empty toilet paper and paper towel rolls shoved into (and behind) one of her drawers - and when I say a ton, I mean an entire garbage bag full - and of course I threw them out. Now seeing this I am a little bit remorseful. Don't tell grandma.

[Teddy Bear Picnic] Toilet paper/Paper towel tube bear craft

1. Roll a paper towel over your paper towel tube.  2. Next, squirt paint into a box for rolling. You can even add some glitter if you'd like!  3. Then, have kids roll the tube around in the paint.

Make a little music! A toilet paper tube or paper towel tube and a few simple ingredients = adorable clarinets.

The Many Faces of a Toilet Paper Roll - could be a great bulletin board