This toilet paper holder made of plastic bottle.
All made with bottle recycling
And still has a soap dispenser at the end.
I took a photo from all angles so that
You can see how it was done. But, I … I’m curious, I decided to make one!
And as I have bottles to the mountains,
I got stuck at work.
Let’s go to the materials you will need to get started:
3 pet bottles
1 pilot pen
I chose the bottle of Fanta because her body
Is longer and the middle of the bottle is
Suitable for cutting. I took the toilet paper and
Me to make the hits on the sides. Medi and I’m doing the lateral cut. I was measuring the little holes with a ruler.
In this case, I did with 1 cm away,
But this is not a rule.
Each one can do closer or
Further … as you wish. Please note that I made a cut for the roller attachment.
At least what I use is very chubby
And had to make the cut. With the help of the pliers, I got a screw
That allows me to drill the hole and not go straight through
plastic. But be careful when handling! Look at the holes.
I did them well on the that I did with the pen! Here I start to finish my work.
I preferred to do the string.
Although I have other lines, I thought the
String wedged well with plastic. I started the base with low buttonholes. Here the work is finished.
I also made a flower in colored string
And a leaf to give grace! To make the union of the plastic again, I made
In the weeds, with this, the increase necessary to
Fit the toilet paper properly. Here the details of the side.
And do not worry about the holes.
After finishing, you can not even see them.
The tip is to make the holes well on the edge,
And that I only realized after
I began to make the point.
I passed the first career with 3 points high
And 2 chains, and in the second race I made high points on high points, when I arrived in the fan I put
2 high points within space.
So filled it out and it was really cool!
No need to buy any fancy supplies to make this toilet roll mini album apart from pretty papers. This is one of the thriftiest and coolest upcycled mini albums that you can make. As an added bonus, this is a project for anyone including seasoned scrapbookers, beginners and children.
- 3 or more toilet rolls
- folder binder rings
- Scrapbook patterned papers to decorate
- Ribbon or fibers
- A Bone folder – a ruler or dull dinner knife works just as good
- A hole punching tool – crop-a-dile or a regular hole punch will do
- Adhesive – I used regular PVA glue (white glue) and an old credit card or piece of firm card to spread the glue evenly
- Paper trimmer or scissors
Take your cleaned up toilet rolls and flatten them. Use the bone folder to firmly crease the folds so that they are as flat as you can make them.
Now measure your flattened roll to get the ‘roll length’ and the ‘roll width’
Cut a piece of Patterned cardstock to be:
roll length + 1″ by 2 x rollwidth then add on an extra 1″
align one side of the roll with the edge of the paper and fold it over. Fold over again the remaining small piece. You will now have three panels – the top flap, the middle and bottom panels.
Now spread some glue evenly over one side of the flattened toilet roll. stick the roll to the middle panel. Be sure to center it.
Now take a pair of scissors and cut four small wedges in the card as shown below. This will enable us to tuck in the overhanging edges easily.
spread a small amount of glue onto the overhanging edges and tuck them inside the roll and press firmly for a good 20 seconds to ensure they stick.
Glue down the shorter top flap and tuck in the edges.
Then glue down the last panel and overhanging edges.
Repeat for the remaining toilet rolls. Cover them in the same or coordinating patterned papers.
Take your hole punch tool and punch two holes a quarter inch in from the side of the flattened rolls for binding. My holes are also 3/4″ from the top and bottom of the rolls.
You don’t have to use rings for binding – you can thread through some ribbon and fibers if you wish.
Measure and cut three cardstock tags that will fit into the pockets that will be created by the bound pages. I measured my tags to be a little longer so that they will protrude from the pockets.
Punch a hole approx 1/2″ in from the top of each tag in the center. Use a corner rounder punch to round of the corners if you wish.
Thread the pages onto binder rings and tie on some pretty, coordination lengths of ribbon to embellish the album. Embellish the tags with ribbon as well. And you’re done! Decorate each of the pages and tags with embellishments and photos and you have completed your toilet tissue holder mini book!Finished Toilet Roll Mini Album.