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Posted by oddie (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 16, 09 at 11:40

My grandson and I made these for his class party, saw the idea on the net and did my own thing, was fun at frist but gosh have 30 total to make! but atleast iam crafting agine.
heres a link to the site incase you would like to make some.
Happy Crafting
oddie

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Those are really cute. You would have to plan in advance to have the toilet paper rolls. I've been saving them for my 2nd graders teacher. Now that I've switched to Scott Brand, we don't have as many.


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Very cute. Congratulations on crafting again. Good that you are training the next generation as well.
kathy


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OH Oddie, Those are so cute. His class is just going to love them.


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Those are the cutest little mummies I've ever seen!! Kids will love them!! Jan


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that's so precious! and wow, I'm like ya'll, I have toilet paper tubes in a walmart bag somewhere around here...and wiggle-y eyes! all I need is white crepe paper! Thanks for sharing oddie, and I bookmarked the site to check out the whole thing :D

Here is a link that might be useful: Kudzu's Blog


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Thank you,didnt take long to save up the rolls, have all males here, but gosh they use more paper then women, havent figured that one out! you can also use paper towel rolls and cut them, or wraping paper rolls.
on some I painted the rolls white frist, didnt like how the brown color showed thro, the rest I left the little bit of paper on that no one seems to be able to use, helps and saves time trying to remove it, just a hint in case you want to make some.
Happy Crafting
oddie


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