This toilet paper roll witch craft is one of the coolest loo roll crafts your kids can make for Halloween! With a little bit of imagination your kids will be transforming a regular paper roll into a friendly or a wicked witch, the choice is entirely theirs.
Gather your supplies and craft with us!
How to Make the Toilet Paper Roll Witch
What you need:
- paper roll
- color paper (yellow, pink, purple, and blue)
- black paper
- black yarn
- black marker
- hot glue
Step by Step Tutorial
Grab a paper roll and gather other materials needed.
We’ll start by making a body.
Cut a rectangle out of yellow color paper and glue it around the top of the paper roll.
Next, cut a thinner yellow strip and glue it around the bottom.
Cut a strip from purple paper and glue it around the paper roll – above the yellow strip.
Repeat the process by cutting two more yellow strips and one purple strip.
Glue them in an alternating order.
Cut a bunch of black yarn strings and tie them together in the middle.
Use hot glue (or liquid glue) to attach the yarn to the top edge of the paper roll.
We want our witch to have shorter hair in the region of the face.
Cut out two blue and two black circles.
Glue the black circles on top of the blue ones.
The Smile and Cheeks
Cut two pink circles and glue them as cheeks.
Now, take a black marker and draw a friendly smile.
The Witches Hat
To make our witch with a hat, cut out a circle shape and make an incision towards the circle’s center.
Create a cone shape and glue the ends together.
We’ll create the base of the hat from black paper.
Cut out a black circle, then attach the purple cone with hot glue.
Place the witch’s hat on the yarn hair and attach it with hot glue.
Your toilet paper roll witch craft is completed!
We love how our Halloween character turned out!
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