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  • Bambi Tran

    paper towel rolls and hot glue gun. spray paint it and you have wall art! #DIY #crafts

  • Tracy Thornton

    Paper towel rolls and hot glue gun? yes! these could easily be made and used for window ornaments, party decor, wrapping embellishments, wall decor - envisioning gold and silver spray painting mine for Christmas ~

  • Stephanie Boundy

    I might do this and then spray paint the whole thing..? All you need is toilet paper rolls (or paper towel rolls might me more sanitary) and craft glue. Flatten the rolls, cut into bands (a toilet paper roll should give you about four circles). Pop them out a bit so that you have a flower petal shape, and glue together on a flat surface, in any pattern you desire! doing this with my new hot glue gun! Thank you brother!

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