Isn’t this a beautiful bold statement for a homes entry or door. The photo shows a purchased set designed to be hooked together. You could do this with ribbon attached to the wall and frames hung over ribbon to go down your wall just as easy – and cheaper. The design over the door is a wrought iron piece – this could be old spray painted black or left rustic – or find one brand new at places like Michael’s or Hobby Lobby.
I mentioned to my family that I’m collecting toilet paper tubes for use on some projects that were bouncing around in my head. And an odd thing happened. At every family function, every dinner party, every chance meeting since then, I have been inundated with toilet paper tubes. They hand them to me when I least expect them, neatly packaged in Kroger bags, fully confident that whatever I have in mind for them is worth the extra effort. At Christmas, I was given a bag of them along with my Christmas present. Kinda nice, but apparently when folks look at me right now, they think of toilet paper tubes. Not sure if that is a good thing or not.
I curled the cardboard with the end of a paintbrush where I wanted curls and used the tacky glue to glue it as I went.
With these squares, I started by dividing it into four equal parts and then creating the same pattern in each part. I simply created as I went and used the end of the paintbrush to make any curls needed.
I now have fancy looking wall art and spent next to nothing to make it. In fact, my toilet paper loving family actually provided most of the materials. You can’t beat that!