Halloween Toilet Paper Roll Basket

Halloween Toilet Paper Roll Basket
My project today is what we made on You Tube Live on Saturday.  It's a Toilet Paper Roll Basket and the last time I made these were back in  2007. 

Click here to see my 2007 Open House Baskets (picture is small but you should be able to see all the baskets).

If you'd like to watch the Video Tutorial on how to make the Halloween Toilet Paper Roll Basket .. click here.

To make this project you'll cut the toilet paper roll at 1-3/8" on your Paper Cutter.

I used the Howlstooth Designer Paper from the Holiday Catalog  ...along with the Monster Munchies stamp set.

The bottom of the basket is Basic Black and I cut it out with the 2-3/8 Scallop Circle Punch.  I reinforced the bottom with a 1-3/4 Circle.

The bat was stamped with Black Stazon ink and cut out with the 1" Circle Punch.

The handle was made with the Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch with Basic Black and More Mustard and attached with Black Brads from the Neutrals Pack.

I used Black Taffeta Ribbon on each side of the handle and added Googlie eyes.

Here's another picture....

Halloween baskets

Speaking of Halloween projects ... my 12 Weeks of Halloween will begin this week on Wednesday!!

Thanks & have a great day!

p.s. Miss Bella is getting her stitches out this morning and Chase is having Oral surgery tomorrow.

Here's the Stampin Up! supply list for the Halloween Toilet Paper Roll Basket:

  • Stamps:  Monster Munchies - Wood #127904 Clear #127907
  • Ink: Black Stazon #101406
  • Card Stock: Basic Black #121045, Very Vanilla #101650, Howlstooth DSP #126906, More Mustard #100946
  • Tools/Accessories: Liquid Glue #110755, 1-3/4 Circle Punch #119850, 2-3/8 Scallop Circle Punch #118874, Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch #119275, 1-1/4 Scallop Circle Punch #127811, 1" Circle Punch #119868, Bone Folder #102300, Paper Piercing Tool #126189, Dimensionals #104430, Neutrals Brads #119736, Black Taffeta Ribbon #119962, Mini Glue Dots #103683, Googlies #127539

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Date: 9:46 AM | Permalink | Comments (4)

Comments

  1. Lesa M

    Hi Angie,
    These are really cute.

  2. Nelda M

    Love these, they are sooo cute! Glad you re-posted them since I was not stamping in 2007. I plan to make some for my granddaughters. They will love them!

  3. Gabby

    These are cute little baskets! Love the new paper and stamps! Wanted to share what I did last yr w/my empty t.p. rolls. Per your idea, I embellished the outside w/SU dp and layered, stamped images, similar to what you’ve done here. I stamped tissue paper w/the coordinating SU stamps. I put the treats in the center of the tissue, rolled them up, twisted the ends like a wrapped candy, put a piece of clear tape to seal the ends, then placed them inside the festively decorated t.p. rolls. They looked like a BIG wrapped candies and wewre well-received! THANKS for all your great designs and ideas. Hope Bella will heal quickly and Chase’s oral surgery will go good. :)

  4. Gabby

    Oooops! Forgot to type on the instructions for my Halloween wrapped candies, that I tied SU ribbon around both ends of the twisted tissue. :)

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