Native American Toilet Paper Roll Craft
Remember our country’s earliest people and the first Thanksgiving with this easy Native American toilet paper roll craft.
This cute little Native American couple will make a perfect Thanksgiving craft for your younger children.
If you have construction paper, a toilet paper roll, and a few other basic supplies, you’re all set. Just print out the free template and get started!
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What You’ll Need to Make the Native American Toilet Paper Roll Craft
- Construction paper (brown, black, gray, orange, and red)
- Empty toilet paper roll
- Sharpie marker
- Craft glue
- Native American template
How to Make a Toilet Paper Roll Native American
Using the Native American template, trace the head on brown (skin tone) construction paper. Trace the hair on black paper. Trace the rest of the pieces on orange, red, and brown papers as shown.
Cut out the traced pieces.
Attach the small triangle cutouts on the belt pattern as shown.
Attach the 2 feather cutouts together, partially overlapping.
Prepare a piece of paper to entirely wrap the toilet paper roll. Attach the collar cutout in the middle near the top of the paper as shown.
Attach the feather patterns on the top edge of the headband cutout.
Cut a slit along the inner line (yellow line on template) of the hair pattern. Slide the top end of the head into the slit. Secure with glue.
Attach the feather headband over the hair part of the head pattern.
Attach the eye cutouts to the face. Use a Sharpie to draw the nose and mouth of the papercraft figure.
Attach the head pattern to the top side of the base paper, right above the collar pattern.
Wrap the finished paper design around the toilet paper roll, keeping the head pattern above the top edge.
Repeat with second figure.