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Toilet Tube Tea Cups

By: Ntina Ntonti
Toilet Tube Tea Cups
Toilet Tube Tea Cups
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Using just toilet paper rolls and paint, you can make a tea set for the little ones to play. This craft is great for an afternoon with the kids. They will love making their own personalized cups, and once they make them, they can play with them for hours on end.

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsPaint, Paper, Recycled Materials

Age GroupToddlers, Preschool & Kindergarten

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This is a cute Saturday afternoon craft I can do with my two year old granddaughter. I love the fact of choosing the colors of paint we could use, using glue sticks for easy cleanup and putting it all together. I am also going to suggest this project to my daughter that has a daycare center. The children would love this project and it will help them explore their creative ideas.

If you have scrap book paper, you can cover the toilet paper tubes with it first. Kids can do it if you put the glue on a plate and give them a sponge paintbrush to spread the glue on the tube. I always keep a supply of sponge paintbrushes on hand. Just $1 at the dollar store and I use them often with the preschoolers in my home daycare.


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