DIY PHONE STAND FROM RECYCLED TOILET PAPER ROLLS

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Although you can always buy a phone holder, wouldn’t it be nice to be able to create one by yourself? If you are looking to replace your old phone holder or simply need a new project to recycle those toilet paper rolls, this easy DIY phone holder is sure to inspire you!

This phone stand is perfectly customizable and super useful! I used washi tape to decorate the exterior but tissue paper or fabric will work just as great. Add your own touch to this project by using your favorite decorations! I think it’s a very cool, stylish and unique idea and it adds a fun element to your home decor

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MATERIALS FOR 1 HOLDER:

  • 1 toilet paper roll
  • washi tape
  • 4 push pins
  • marker
  • cutter
  • craft scissors

DIRECTIONS:1

  • Place your phone over the toilet paper roll and trace around it to mark the whole where the phone will stand once the holder is done.

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  • Cut out the toilet paper roll.

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  • Tape washi tape all around the roll. You’ll notice it will make a small hollow which is good as it will help you with the next step.

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  • Mark a dot about 1″ away from the middle of the edge of the hole. Do the same on the other side too.

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  • Then connect the dots.

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  • Connect each dot with the corners of the hole so you’ll form a V.

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  • Using a cutting tool or sharp, small scissors, cut along the line and one side of each V.

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  • Press the disconnected washi tape strip towards the inside and tape it to the toilet paper roll, on the inside.

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  • Follow the above 2 steps for the other side of the V’s.

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  • Now press each V towards the inside and tape them to the toilet paper roll.

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  • Finish off the edges of the toilet paper roll by taping some more washi tape around each edge, so that it tapes around the toilet paper roll half way only.

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  • Clip all around the other half then push it towards the inside and tape to the toilet paper roll.

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  • Now pin a couple of pins on both sides of the roll, at both ends (just like little feet), making sure the distance between the pins at one end and the ones at the other end is wider than your phone so that the phone won’t get scratched.

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