You guys – I did it again! I took a SUPER POPULAR post of mine this time of year and recreated it in another form, so the fun doesn’t stop!
So be sure to keep “scrolling” down this post because you don’t want to miss this EXTRA EASY Santa Stuck In Chimney kid craft idea!
Cardboard Tube Santa Stuck In Chimney Craft
For this latest tutorial, I used simple art supplies like a recycled toilet paper roll, a plain styrofoam ball, cotton balls and my trusty glue gun. That’s it! I reinvented the wheel here on Glued To My Crafts and “possibly” made it better! And although Santa is “stuck” in this toilet paper roll chimney, we still think he’s extra adorable!!!
One last thing my dear friends – this latest Christmas craft tutorial is geared more towards older kids, so please keep that in mind when making your crafting plans!
Happy crafting, my friends!!! Don’t forget to share pictures of your Santa stuck in the chimney creations, on our Facebook page to admire from a far this season! #gluedtomycrafts
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Toilet Roll Santa Stuck In Chimney
A fun holiday activity that is easy to set up and budget friendly! Kids will have a blast making this cardboard tube Santa stuck in the chimney craft. This craft works best with younger children, but older kids can also enjoy it.
- Clean/Empty Toilet Paper Roll
- Brown Cardstock Paper
- Black Cardstock Paper
- Craft Scissors
- Black Marker
- Red Craft Paint
- Paint Brush
- Two Jumbo Popsicle Sticks
- White Cotton Balls
- Hot Glue Gun
- First things first! Making the chimney. Go ahead and flatten out your toilet paper roll and staple the ends so it won’t come apart.
- Now take your black marker and draw on “chimney” lines to give the toilet roll some dimension.
- Set aside for now.
- Next up – paint your TWO jumbo popsicle sticks completely red.
- Now grab your black cardstock and scissors.
- Cut out TWO Santa boots.
- Glue those onto the popsicle sticks to create his legs.
- To finish off the Toilet Roll Santa Stuck in a Chimney craft, hot glue the painted legs in place on the back of the toilet roll, followed by the cotton balls on the front.
- And that’s it! Allow it to dry completely before you display it proudly for ALL to see!
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Before you click away, come check out our Paint Splat Grinch Face craft tutorial to recreate with your child as well today!