Princess Castle Pencil Holder From Toilet Roll Tubes

Make a princess castle pencil holder out of old toilet roll tubes! This craft is perfect for a little girl and comes in handy when organising pens and pencils.

Make a princess castle pencil holder out of old toilet roll tubes! This craft is perfect for a little girl and comes in handy when organising pens and pencils.

For this craft you will need:

Toilet roll tubes x 2

Kitchen roll tube

Scissors

Cardboard

Paintbrush

Cocktail stick

Colouring pens (blue)

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Step 1 Cut squares out of the top of the two toilet rolls to form the top of the castle. Then mix up a shade of light blue (or any colour you want!) and paint them both. Trim the kitchen roll so that it is just taller than the toilet rolls, and paint this the same colour. Also paint the cocktail stick with this paint. Leave to dry. 

Step 1

Cut squares out of the top of the two toilet rolls to form the top of the castle. Then mix up a shade of light blue (or any colour you want!) and paint them both. Trim the kitchen roll so that it is just taller than the toilet rolls, and paint this the same colour. Also paint the cocktail stick with this paint. Leave to dry. 

Step 2 Cut out an oval shape from the cardboard, approximately 18cm by 14cm. Paint this piece of cardboard white and leave to dry.

Step 2

Cut out an oval shape from the cardboard, approximately 18cm by 14cm. Paint this piece of cardboard white and leave to dry.

Step 3 Cut a semi circle shape out of the blue paper and make it into a cone shape. Glue down the edges so that the shape holds.

Step 3

Cut a semi circle shape out of the blue paper and make it into a cone shape. Glue down the edges so that the shape holds.

Step 4 Push the cocktail stick into the top of the cone, glue in place if necessary. Then cut out a flag shape from the blue paper and glue to the cocktail stick.

Step 4

Push the cocktail stick into the top of the cone, glue in place if necessary. Then cut out a flag shape from the blue paper and glue to the cocktail stick.

Step 5 Cut out a princess castle door shape from the blue paper, draw on a door knob and other features. Draw 3 window frames with the blue pen onto the white paper and cut out.

Step 5

Cut out a princess castle door shape from the blue paper, draw on a door knob and other features. Draw 3 window frames with the blue pen onto the white paper and cut out.

Step 6 Glue the windows and door onto the toilet rolls. Then, stick the three toilet rolls onto the painted piece of cardboard (you can use a glue gun to make it more sturdy). Your princess castle pencil holder is complete! Click here to watch a video of this princess castle being made. Subscribe to my newsletter to receive fun craft ideas weekly!

Step 6

Glue the windows and door onto the toilet rolls. Then, stick the three toilet rolls onto the painted piece of cardboard (you can use a glue gun to make it more sturdy). Your princess castle pencil holder is complete!

Click here to watch a video of this princess castle being made.

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