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Toilet Tube Monsters

Toilet Tube Monsters Halloween Craft

October 11, 2013 Sarah Coggins

Inspired by a photo on Pinterest, my son and I collected several toilet paper tubes to create toilet tube monsters for Halloween. I showed him the photo and then set him loose with markers, paint, pipe cleaners and googly eyes.

Toilet Tube Monsters

The faces amazed me. He drew the noses and mouths, then glued on the eyes:

Toilet Tube Monsters

Toilet Tube Monsters

Ok, so these turned out more “cute” than “monster” but we love them and my son is very proud of his toilet tube monsters. He should be. He’s 4 and made these entirely on his own minus punching holes in the sides for the pipe cleaner arms to slide through. I helped with that part but under his direction on where to make them.

Looking for more fun kid friendly Halloween crafts? Check out our past project shares: Candy Corn Art, Ghost Footprint Plaque, and Tissue Paper Pumpkins.


  • Natalie October 16, 2013 at 1:11 pm
    I love these! Super cute and easy!
  • Mandi @ Southern Gnome October 17, 2013 at 6:20 am
    Love these. I have been collecting the rolls for a while. Today we are gonna make a witch and a Frankenstein. We are gonna add a few monsters to the mix too.
  • ter@waaoms November 11, 2013 at 6:40 pm
    He did an awesome job. I love them! :)
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