Spider Stamps

Spider Stamps

Toilet rolls are such underestimated items. There is so much you can do with the simple, cylindrical toilet paper roll. We always collect them and the ones we don’t use go into the compost. For this craft we turned them into spider stamps.

You can do this with easily with toddlers or older kids. The toddlers will have fun stamping while the older kids will probably enjoy making the faces a little more.

If you don’t have paper, then unravel a cardboard box and stamp across it. We stuck to one colour but you can also play around and make some bright bold coloured spiders.

Spider Stamps


  • 2 toilet rolls
  • white paper
  • black paint
  • marker pens


  • Cut 4 strips on one side of the toilet roll and then 4 strips on the other. Open them up so the strips are flapped out.
  • Dip the toilet rol in the paint and stamp on the paper.
  • Once it has dried, draw some eyes and a mouth.

Please share all your creations with us on Instagram or Facebook. If you want to learn more about spiders, we have some fun facts here or you can follow our spider Pinterest board.


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  • Ashley
    05/13/2020 3:59 am

    Look how cute these are! I cant wait to try them

  • Surabhi
    05/13/2020 5:01 am

    Wow that’s a cool arr! And so simple, perfect for toddlers. Will definitely try these

  • Jenn
    05/13/2020 12:43 pm

    I like how it’s easy to do for small children. I can see them doing this over and over!

  • Cyndi Buchanan
    05/13/2020 4:25 pm

    How cute is that?! I love crafts like this.

  • Marysa
    05/14/2020 1:24 am

    These are so cute! What a fun project, and something different to do with the kids.

  • Fatima Torres
    05/14/2020 1:35 am

    What a creative activity for the kids! We love making things like this with our little ones.

  • Sam
    05/14/2020 5:20 am

    OMW this is soooooo cute!!! What a super fun little project…;)

  • Aliya
    05/17/2020 7:05 pm

    These are super cute I love. I’m definitely going to start doing some more art and crats with my daughter during this time.

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