I don’t know why, when I saw this scarecrow on Pinterest, that I thought it was made from a toilet paper tube.
Or maybe I had my daughter on my mind and thought this would be a cute little project for her students.
Or maybe it was my A.D.D. (Attention Decorating Disorder) kicking it.
Or maybe it was my A.D.D. kicking in.
Whatever it was, it isn’t a toilet paper tube. It’s a Mason jar. How cute is that? You can find the directions for it here. Thank you, Sumo, for sharing this cute as can be Scarecrow.
Mine, however, is made from a toilet paper tube. (Which will from now on through this post be called a tube.) This is a great project for small children (although an adult, that means you Mom, may need to cut it all out) or for an elementary classroom.
- Toilet paper tube
- Construction paper in white, orange, pink and gold
- Yellow crape paper
- Glue stick
- Black marker
Putting It All Together
Now proudly display your scarecrow on your mantle, a shelf or make it part of your centerpiece.