Craft Roll Christmas Dolls

Craft Roll Christmas Dolls

Here at Ella and Annie, one of our absolute favorite craft supplies is toilet paper rolls! You can also buy a more sturdy version of a toilet paper roll, called a craft roll. The craft rolls work really well for making dolls. Honestly, my kids have a blast creating their own dolls (an entire village to be exact) and playing for hours upon hours. In our home it is never to early for Christmas crafts! Today we have three craft roll Christmas dolls we want to share with you; Santa, snowman and a cute elf!

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Craft Roll Santa Doll

Paint the craft roll your desired skin tone color and let dry. You may want to paint 2-3 coats to completely cover the roll. Cut a rectangular strip of red construction paper that will cover 1/2 of the craft roll and wraps around to the back to overlaps. My kids like to use the glue dots when crafting! Attach the red rectangle for Santa’s clothes.

Cut a skinnier black rectangle for the belt. Glue the belt in the center of the red rectangle. Add a gold or yellow button for the belt buckle. Take the black sharpie and draw eyes onto the Santa’s face. Glue a light pink itty bitty pom pom for the nose. Tear pieces of a cotton ball apart and glue around the eyes and nose to make the beard (I used hot glue to attach the beard). Glue a mini Santa hat on the inside of the craft roll.

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Craft Roll Snowman Doll

Paint the craft roll with white acrylic paint (I love using spray paint for pretty much everything!). Draw on black buttons, mouth and eyes using a black sharpie. Glue on a itty bitty orange pom pom for the snowman’s nose. Use a piece of red streamer for the scarf and fringe the ends. Use glue dots to attach the scarf.

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Craft Roll Elf Doll

Paint the craft roll your desired skin tone color and let dry. You may want to paint 2-3 coats to completely cover the roll. Cut a rectangular strip of green construction paper that will cover 1/2 of the craft roll and wraps around to the back to overlaps. My kids like to use the glue dots when crafting! Attach the red rectangle for the elf’s clothes.

Cut a yellow rectangular strip that wraps around the elf doll. On one end cut out small triangles. Glue the yellow strip on top of the green clothing. Use brown construction paper to make the elf’s hair. Start with a skinny rectangle strip. Cut a few random triangle pieces off one side for bangs. Glue to the top of the craft roll above the eyes.

Cut a skinnier black rectangle for the belt. Glue the belt in the center of the red rectangle. Add a gold or yellow button for the belt buckle. Take the black sharpie and draw eyes onto the elf’s face. Glue a peach itty bitty pom pom for the nose. Add rosy cheeks with a pink sharpie.

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For more holiday kids crafts, check out our Native American Headdress, Thanksgiving Kids Table Ideas and last minute Mini Boo Boxes for Halloween!

 

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