TP Roll Ganesh craft

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If you’re searching for a quick and easy Ganesh craft that can be completed in just 10 minutes, you’ve landed in the perfect spot! Our TP Roll Ganesh is an ideal project for kids of all ages.

Plus, it makes for a wonderful activity during the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi.

Don’t forget to explore all of our creative Ganesh Chaturthi ideas designed especially for kids!

TP Roll Ganesh Craft

Who is Ganesha? 

Lord Ganesha also known as Ganapathy, is an Elephant-headed god of Hindus and one of the most worshipped deities. He is the son of God Shiva and Goddess Parvathi and the symbol of wisdom. 

Whether you’re engaging in Indian-themed activities or a Hinduism unit study, be sure to incorporate this adorable craft into your curriculum.

Things needed to make TP Roll Ganesh Craft

  1. Ganesh Printable (Download at the end of the blog post by signing up)
  2. Tissue paper roll or Paper cup
  3. Paper Glue stick
  4. Scissors. 

Print the template and Gather up all the supplies; let’s build a Ganesha!

Direction to make the TP Roll Ganesh Craft

To begin this super-cool project, first, obtain our printable Ganesh Craft Template, which you can download at the end of this post. Print it out.

Carefully cut out the printable along the outlined sections. The pieces contain intricate details, so precise cutting is essential.

Printable cutout pieces of ganesha craft

Now, it’s time to start assembling the craft onto the paper roll.

Before glueing, you have the option to paint the tissue roll to match the skin colour indicated in the printable, although this step is optional.

Start by glueing the Legs to the bottom of the tissue roll. Next, attach the Hands with an axe and lotus to the sides, positioning them a few centimetres below the top.

Ganesh craft with tissue paper roll

Add the Front body piece, ensuring that the two hands in the front align with the other two hands.

Ganesha craft in progress

Finally, attach Ganesha’s elephant head and bend the trunk outwards. Your Ganesha craft is now complete!

Hand size Paper ganesha craft

How easy was that? This craft is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers due to its simplicity.

Utilize this craft as an educational tool to teach about Ganesha. You can explain the significance of Ganesha’s four hands and what each hand symbolizes.

Notice that one of his tusks is broken? There’s a fascinating story behind it. In fact, there are many captivating stories about Ganesha that kids would love to hear. Explore these intriguing Ganesha stories for kids. 

Make a Paper cup Ganesh Craft

If you don’t have tissue rolls or consider them inauspicious, you can use paper cups instead. The Ganesh printable is suitable for paper cups as well.

Just paint the cup to match the indicated skin colour and follow the rest of the steps as described in this blog.

We hope you enjoy creating this craft with your little one. Feel free to download the template for free at the end of this post.

Don’t forget to pin this Tissue Paper Roll Ganesha for future reference!

tissue Paper roll ganesha craft

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Download the Free Ganesh Template

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