Toilet Paper Roll Halloween Crafts

This Halloween, why not add a little extra fun to your holiday festivities by making some DIY Halloween Toilet paper Roll crafts? From monsters to ghosts, we’ve got you covered with all the best ideas. So grab your craft supplies and let’s get started!

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What can you make out of Toilet Rolls for Halloween?

With a little creativity and some craft supplies, the Toilet Paper rolls can be transformed into spooky Halloween crafts.

We made almost all the Halloween guys with just construction papers and a few other craft supplies. For instance, Vampires, witches, Frankenstein, monsters, ghosts or anything spooky.

Let your imagination run wild and see what creepy creations you come up with!

Toilet Paper Roll Halloween Crafts

The crafts are Easy to make and all the photos here are for Inspiration. Pin the ones to see later for reference.

In this blog, I have written Brief directions on how to make each TP roll Characters with Pictures. As Each one is unique, I have not added the Step by step Photos for each craft. You can watch a Video at the end of the post showing how to make TP roll Witch and Mummy. Most others are pretty similar.

Let’s Dive in!

Things you will need

To do these Halloween crafts, You need a couple of things. You probably have them all at home.

  • TP Rolls
  • Construction Paper
  • Scissor and Glue
  • Googly Eyes

TP Roll Vampire

First, we will start with our favourite one – the Vampire. To make a Vampire with a TP Roll you need a Red, White and Black sheet.

First, cut out the Black sheet for the body and hair and Glue it over the TP roll. Next, make the Cape using a red sheet and glue it on the rear of the Toilet Paper Roll.

Cut out the Collar and other details and Glue it. Finally, add details with a Black Marker pen. So here comes the Vampire!

TP Roll Ghost

The Ghost craft is the Easiest of all. Just roll and glue a white paper on a TP roll and Draw Eyes and Mouth! That’s it.

Toilet Paper Roll Jack o’ Lantern

The Jack o’ Lantern is also very similar to the Ghost Craft. Begin by cutting the TP roll in Half for the Jack o lantern. (Use the other half for the cat)

Roll and stick the orange Paper and Add details with a Black pen.

Here we have used textured Paper as the base and Black construction paper for the Eyes and Mouth of the Jack o;’ Lantern,

Toilet Paper Roll Monster

Get creative and make your own monster. You can use any colour, any number of googly eyes, hands and Horns in any shape and create a Very unique spooky monster.

Toilet Paper Roll Witch and Cat

Watch the Video at the end of the post to see how I made a Witch using Green and Black construction paper.

The cat is made with a Half  TP roll. It is Painted and added details like Eyes, Whiskers and Tail. It is a perfect buddy to go along with the witch.

Toilet Paper Roll Mummy

To make a Mummy with Toilet Paper Roll, paint it black or stick Black paper over it. Now stick 2 green eyes. We just used the punching machine to make these small circles.

Use Thin White paper tape and cover the TP roll Completely leaving a space for the eyes. Instead of Paper Tape, you can use white thread as well.

Toilet Paper Roll Frankenstein

The Frankenstein craft is very similar to the previous crafts (Vampire, witch) you have seen. Cut patches of Paper, Glue it over the Roll and add face details with a pen.

Please pin the image for reference to see while making the craft.

Watch a Video Tutorial

This quick video shows all the Halloween TP roll Crafts and How I make the Witch and Mummy crafts.

So let me know which one you like the most and which one you will make first.

Here is a List of the Toilet Paper Roll Crafts starting from the easiest

  • Ghost
  • Jack o’Lantern
  • Monster
  • Mummy
  • Cat
  • Frankenstein
  • Vampire
  • Witch

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