Upcycled Toilet Paper Tube Treat Holder Video

Stampin' Girls Gone WildWahoo! I love Stampin’ Girls Gone Wild Wednesdays!  Today’s project is another fun UPCYCLE project. I absolutely LOVE to find uses for stuff I would normally throw away, don’t you?

Upcycle Toilet Paper Tube Treat Holder 1You may have seen the toilet paper tube treat holder before but I have some tips to make it MUCH easier.

Upcycle Toilet Paper Tube Treat Holder 2 Upcycle Toilet Paper Tube Treat Holder 3

I tried several times to make this and every time it was a disaster…every time…until today.  It was one of those magical moments – the heavens opened, the angels wept, and I figured out the trick to making this project go together simply and easily.

Upcycle Toilet Paper Tube Treat Holder 4

I hope everyone enjoys today’s video and that you find this technique to be easier as well!

Want to order any of the Stampin’ up products that I used on today’s project?  Of course you do!

If you are in the United States, ORDER HERE from CONNIE

If you are visiting me from Canada, ORDER HERE from my friend JOSEE


  • Best of Birthdays 132929
  • Pennant Parade 122740 (wood) 122742 (clear)


  • Getting Started Assorted 120954
  • Silver Glimmer 124005
  • Summer Smooches Designer Paper 125409


  • Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border 119275
  • Decorative Label 120907
  • Extra Large Oval 119859
  • Petite Pennants Builder 122361
  • Boho Blossoms 119858


  • Anywhere Glue Stick 105045
  • Sticky Strip 104294
  • Stampin’ Dimensionals 104430
  • Mini Glue Dots 103683


  • Labels Collection Framelits 125598
  • Rich Razzleberry Grosgrain 126876
  • Calypso Coral Bakers Twine 125573
  • Stampin Pierce Mat 126187

Thanks for tuning in today!  Catch ya next time!

10 Responses to “Upcycled Toilet Paper Tube Treat Holder Video”

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  1. Cheryl McAskill says:

    Kewl!!! Will have to try this! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Patti Moffett says:

    very cool but can’t find the Best of Birthdays in the catalog…is it new

  3. Connie says:

    Patti, it isn’t listed in the catalog. It is part of a year long celebration as we commemorate Stampin’ Up’s 25th Anniversary! To see it (and the other sets available right now), click (or copy and paste) on the link below:


  4. Maria. says:

    Goodness!! I love, LOVE this project, what a wonderful way to recycle. You are such a joy to watch and listen too. This could be an awesome party favor for kids parties. Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas.

  5. Michele says:

    I love seeing what you will come up with next. What an awesome project. I will make some of these for my son’s birthday party on Sunday. TFS!

  6. Jan Ross says:

    Loved it and I actually made one while I was watching your tutorial…..pausing it, then the next steps. The little gift bag is functional, creative, and a great use of DSP scraps. The one I made was from Summer Smooches, but I can see this with a shabby chic look for a ladies function or a shower. Thanks for the ideas and fine tuning all the details.

  7. raymonde says:

    superbe ce petit paquet encore une jolie vidéo très expliquée merci pour ces explications bise raymonde

  8. Betty Murphy says:

    This is too cute for words. Thanks so much for sharing this great idea and technique.

  9. Judy West says:

    I love your tutorial on how to make these I had seen them before somewhere and thought they were cute and tried to make one it was a disaster threw it away and said forget it. Then I saw your instructions and tried it again beacause it was so cute. Turned our great and I have made 8 of them alredy. Thanks so much for great instructions.


    • Connie says:

      Yep! That was me too. I tried these several times and they just turned out horrible. I’m so glad you found my version easier. 🙂 Just know it wasn’t just you who couldn’t get these to turn out right. Scrunching the paper was key for me. 🙂

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