Super Scout Cardboard Tube Craft

Super Scout Cardboard Tube Craft

Make toilet paper tube crafts with your favorite kids when you learn how to make these felt craft ideas.

Super Scout Cardboard Tube Craft
Super Scout Cardboard Tube Craft
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In the Designer's Words: "Turn an empty cardboard tube into Super Scout! This easy project is great fun for a Cub Scout den. Use the completed Super Scouts as place cards or a centerpiece for a Scouting event. It's so much fun to see each boy's personality come out in his Super Scout!"
Toilet paper tube crafts and cardboard tube kids' craft ideas are an amazing way to teach kids all about crafting and recycling at the same time. Tell your kids all about how reusing materials instead of tossing them is a earth-friendly way to get creative when you make these too-cute Super Scout Cardboard Tube Crafts. Made with paints and felt, these simple little kids' crafts are designed especially for a Cub Scout Den, but could easily be transformed for a Brownie troop, as well.

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsPainting & Coloring, Recycled Crafts

Age GroupElementary School, Pre-Teens

Materials List

  • Cardboard tube
  • Folk Art paint (blue, skin tones)
  • Felt (yellow)
  • Googly eyes
  • Sharpie


  1. Paint the cardboard tube so that it is 2/3 blue and 1/3 skin tone. Let it dry.

  2. Use the Sharpie to draw a mask, nose, mouth, and shirt details.

  3. Cut felt into a rough semi-circle to make a cape. Add a letter to the back.

  4. Glue the googly eyes and cape in place.

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