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    • Rebecca Carter

      toilet paper tubes + magnets + marbles= endless fun

    • sarah r.

      DIY KIDS Craft - A marble run made from toilet paper and paper towel rolls.// what a fun idea! this. is what i've been saving all of those rolls for. :)

    • Lori Read

      Toilet Paper Roll Marble Run | Crafts and DIY Community -- That's a really cute idea.

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