Frog Toilet Paper Roll Craft

frog toilet paper roll craft
Frog Toilet Paper Roll Craft

Frog’s are one on my favorite animals. I love to read frog books with my son! My son has really been into making toilet paper roll crafts, so he asked if we could make a frog toilet paper roll craft. I was happy to oblige. He really wanted to paint his toilet paper roll instead of covering if with paper like we usually do with toilet paper roll projects. I think it turned out cute. As you can see in the picture, it is already out looking for bugs! 🙂

Supplies needed:

  • 1 empty toilet paper roll
  • green paint
  • paint brush
  • green and red paper
  • stapler (optional)
  • glue
  • googly eyes
  • pencil
  • scissors

How To:

First paint your toilet paper roll green. I like to use Crayola Washable Paints because they are super easy to clean up when spilled. If you don’t have green paint, you can cover your toilet paper roll in green paper instead.

Using the green paper, cut out a circle for the frog’s head. Then cut out 2 legs. Our frog’s legs kind of look like fat, letter S shapes.

Cut a long tongue out of red paper. Roll the paper tightly around your pencil to get the paper to curl.

Now to make the frog’s face, glue the tongue to the frog’s head. Stick on the 2 googly eyes to the top of the frog’s head so that the eyes are slightly sticking up, off of the paper.

Once the paint is dry, glue on the legs and head to the green toilet paper roll. Let your project dry.


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