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  • Nicole Ivie

    Toilet paper origami book review... Would be fun for guest bathroom, or to leave in someone else's home!

  • Anna Wiebe

    i think doing this in other peoples bathrooms would be hilarious. this going to be my new hidden talent. (Toilet paper art)

  • Taylor Harbison

    I'm totally doing this in other peoples bathrooms. It would be hilarious. this going to be my new hidden talent. Toilet Paper Origami Book

  • Twila Williams

    I'm totally doing this in other peoples bathrooms. It would be hilarious. this going to be my new hidden talent. Brilliant signature move! In Mexico when the maid cleans your room, you will always have a flower on your toilet paper roll. It is a nice touch.

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Toilet paper origami. Seriously. I thought it was fancy when I go to a hotel and they have folded it into a point. My mom likes to fold hers to a point. I'll have to practice and do this to her toilet paper next time I'm there. :)

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I am thinking right now how to make it. And I finally did 2/23/13. I used a baby blue fabric with a white thread zig-zag down the middle, it's feminine and pretty.

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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!