Creative Pumpkin Stamp Craft and Leaf Stamping


Try doing these fun Halloween toilet paper Pumpkin Stamp Craft and Leaf Stamping handicrafts with your children! They are very inexpensive to make, and I am sure you will have some empty toilet paper tubes that hang around the house at some point!

These lovely autumn crafts require no special tools or skills. They are, therefore, excellent for parents who do not consider themselves “crafty”. Anyone can be creative with these simple thoughts! As the temperatures drop and leave on the trees start changing their colors, it’s time to share some fall crafts for kids to make!

In any family, there is about a never-ending supply of toilet paper tubes. Rather than sending them to landfills, why not recycle them in a fun way? Today we have some fun craft ideas using these tubs of toilet paper. Children especially will love it!

We have a wide variety of fall art and craft ideas for kids. Interested in crafts for a specific age group?

Toilet Paper Roll Pumpkin Stamp Craft

Ask your children to make pretty little pumpkins using a roll of toilet paper like a stamp! This is a great art project for the autumn/ Halloween season that will not break the bank!

You can use toilet rolls to make any type of stamp for the paintwork. You can fold them in pretty much any shape you want.

What you need

  • Orange Paint
  • Toilet paper roll
  • Green/brown marker
  • White paper
  • Paintbrush
  • Tape

Instructions (step by step)

First, fold the toilet paper, roll inward to the middle, and tape through. Dip it in orange paint and dab it onto a sheet of white paper.

Draw on a trunk and a few vines with the markers, then paint into the pumpkins with a brush.

It’s the simplified Halloween craft you can do, and they turn out pretty good!

Toilet Paper Roll Fall Leaf Stamping

To embrace the autumn season, ask your children to make this wonderful autumn tree using a roll of toilet paper and paint! This is very easy for young kids to do but may need help to cut the TP rolls.

What you need

  • Toilet paper roll
  • Paints / Paintbrush
  • Paper
  • Printable fall tree sheet
  • Tape
  • Scissors

Instructions (step by step)

Begin by cutting a roll of empty toilet paper in the middle and cut more to make it a small leaf shape. Bend the edges to get the pointed corners and tape them together.

Print the tree sheet and cut this toilet roll into three parts so that children can use one for each paint color.

Once they stamp all the tree branches, they can use a small brush to color the leaves. You can also add more leaves to the bottom of the tree to make it appear that they have fallen!

It was super easy, and it went a lot better than expected. It could be brilliant for an autumn craft.

I hope you appreciate our efforts. Share this project with your family and friends!

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