7 Best Paper Towel Cardboard Rolls

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7 Top Rated Paper Towel Cardboard Rolls

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Craft Rolls 24Pack ( Crafts Projects, 8 Of Each Length, White)
Product Highlights:
  • make something new: toilet paper carboard tubes are a great foundation for a wide variety of fun and exciting craft projects. with a little creativity, give these blank cardboard tubes entire new looks!
  • wide range of uses: these cardboard rolls can be cut, glued, painted on and more to create a plethora of fun and decorative designs. create tp roll binoculars, party poppers, pencil holders and more!
  • inspire creativity: search online for a treasure trove of creative tutorials and keep your kids busy and entertained on a rainy day.
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Genie Crafts 24Pack Craft ( Classroom And Art Projects, White)
Product Highlights:
  • make something new: toilet paper carboard tubes are a great foundation for a wide variety of fun and exciting craft projects. with a little creativity, give these blank cardboard tubes entire new looks!
  • wide range of uses: these cardboard rolls can be cut, glued, painted on and more to create a plethora of fun and decorative designs. create tp roll binoculars, party poppers, pencil holders and more!
  • inspire creativity: search online for a treasure trove of creative tutorials and keep your kids busy and entertained on a rainy day.
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12 Sturdy Craft Rolls ( Rolls, 20 Pieces)
Product Highlights:
  • smooth, thick, plain cardboard rolls ready for crafting at school, in the classroom, or at home.
  • our 12" craft rolls are stronger and almost 3x as long as standard toilet paper tubes, and even longer than typical paper towel tubes for more project options. cut down into smaller sections as needed.
  • use for constructing and building for stem, art, and engineering projects.
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30 Pack Craft Rolls ( For Crafts - 1.57 X 3.9 Inches - Brown)
Product Highlights:
  • value pack- 30 sturdy craft rolls, long lasting value bundle
  • rolls size- 1.57 x 1.57 w x 3.9 l inches, 0.04 inch thickness
  • many uses- the rolls can be painted, glued, cut to create different designs. ideal use for making diy crafts, building, constructing projects
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8 Sturdy Craft Rolls ( 24 Pieces)
Product Highlights:
  • smooth, thick, plain cardboard rolls ready for crafting at school, in the classroom, or at home.
  • our 8" craft rolls are stronger and almost twice as long as standard toilet paper tubes.
  • use for constructing and building for stem, art, and engineering projects.
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Bright Creations Brown Paper ( Tube Rolls (12 Pack))
Product Highlights:
  • includes 12 brown cardboard paper rolls
  • diameter: 1.75 inches x 10 inches
  • ideal for diy craft projects, classroom activities, kids art projects, etc.
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Sturdy 12 Inch Paper ( Craft Rolls 22 Pieces)
Product Highlights:
  • sturdier than paper towel rolls - thicker material won't crumple easily while being crafted or fall apart when played with
  • great for classroom projects - perfect materials for teachers to demonstrate steam projects or fun crafts for sunday/bible school
  • quality rolls make great crafts - won't get soggy when painted and will tolerate hot glue

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