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O that’s great!

Nadine

i’ve seen this idea a few times now and every time i do i fall head over heels for it! it’s just so simple and effective and downright pretty… i must, must, must set aside some time to make my own… i’m thinking either bright red or lots of patterned papers for extra prettiness… 🙂
emma x

emma lamb

Yeah. I never grow tired of this idea either Emma. I love the thought of using patterned paper as opposed to paint for color. How fun! If you get around to it, I’d love to see the finished product when you are done.
-Brittni

papernstitch

yayyy another DIY project for me to play with. and i loveee that it’s eco friendly 🙂

Mayi Carles @ Heartmade

pretty!

kristin

How great. Thanks for posting about it here Brittni. I am so glad you guys like this project, and if you decide to do it too, post your pics, I’d love to see them 🙂

Tali Schiffer

this looks easy and fun. looking forward to doing it myself. thanks for sharing.

jesslope

LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!!

Connie Wiggins

I LOVE IT!! started my project over the weekend,. The only advice I would give is to put bandaid over the thumb of the hand you use to cut the tp rolls. It can get quite painful after you’ve gut like 30 rolls.

Natalie

How do I stick it to the wall? Please help!

Jackie

If you follow the link they’re may be further instruction on hanging it on the wall. My guess would be wall hooks or a few nails though.

papernstitch
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