Toilet Paper Roll Moose

Get your creativity moving with this adorable Toilet Paper Roll Moose! It’s so simple to make, and your kids are sure to be amoosed for hours! Be sure to grab this today! 

Toilet Paper Roll Moose

Toilet Paper Roll Moose

Are you stuck indoors and looking for something to keep your kids entertained? Get out your art supplies and start creating together! Your kids will love working with their hands and making something out of something so simple as an empty toilet paper roll and they can even enjoy playing with it. This Toilet Paper Roll Moose is the perfect craft project because it requires only a handful of common art supplies, and kids of any age can make it! I promise they will love making this cute little Toilet Paper Roll Moose!

I love projects that use recycled materials, and there’s so much you can do with empty toilet paper rolls. Your kids will have so much fun playing with their finished Toilet Paper Roll Moose that can stand up on its own! You can get your own template at the bottom of this post; don’t miss out on this fun project! 

Looking for more fun things to make with empty toilet paper rolls? Check out our Toilet Paper Roll Rocket Craft and Toilet Paper Roll Satellite Craft

How to Make a Toilet Paper Roll Moose

Toilet Paper Roll Moose

Supplies

Toilet Paper Roll Moose

Directions 

  • Select 2 different shades of brown colored paper and a brown colored cardstock paper for the horn patterns. Besides the brown shades, select pink and black colored paper as well. Trace the template patterns on the selected craft papers and cut them out nicely. The template includes head, 2 horns, inner ear patterns, 2 front legs, 2 hoofs, lower part of the face, 1 dewlap (the part below the throat), 2 blush patterns, and 2 eyes.
Toilet Paper Roll Moose
  • Attach the inner ear cutouts on the ear parts of the head cutout, and attach the lower part of the face on the bottom side of the head cutout. Attach the hoof cutouts on the wide ends of the leg cutouts.
Toilet Paper Roll Moose
  • Attach the horn cutouts on the top side of the head, keeping the horn branches facing upwards. Attach the eye and blush cutouts on the head pattern.
Toilet Paper Roll Moose
  • Use a sharpie or gel pen to trace outlines of the eyes and draw the nose and mouth-line of the papercraft moose project.
Toilet Paper Roll Moose
  • Measure and cut out a piece of brown paper to cover a TP roll.
Toilet Paper Roll Moose
  • Attach the legs near a side of the prepared paper, keeping the hoof parts along the border, and attach the dewlap pattern above the legs.
Toilet Paper Roll Moose
  • Attach the head on the top side of the dewlap, overlapping the pattern slightly from the top.
Toilet Paper Roll Moose
  • Cover the TP roll with the prepared piece (from the previous step). Apply glue to secure the open ends of the paper to secure the TP roll moose craft.
Toilet Paper Roll Moose

Tips and Tricks

  • Use felt sheets to make your moose soft and fuzzy. 
  • Add googly eyes or craft pom poms to your moose’s face for some fun details.
  • Dress your moose up! Make a paper scarf, hat, bowtie, hairbow…the possibilities are endless! 
  • For a Christmas moose, draw a string of colorful lights on your moose’s antlers!

More Arctic Animal Ideas…

Learn all about arctic animals, including the moose, with this fun Arctic Animals book! Your kids will find every fact about these amazing creatures fascinating! 

Add some arctic animal figures to your sensory bin filled with rice, cotton balls, or snow powder for some fun sensory play! Your kids will have so much fun digging their hands in and playing with each animal! 

For more arctic animal crafts, check out this collection of Arctic Animal Crafts for Toddlers! With so many craft projects to choose from, you’ll never run out of fun things to make with your hands! 

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Toilet Paper Roll Moose

moose toilet paper roll featured image

Get your creativity moving with this adorable Toilet Paper Roll Moose! It’s so simple to make, and your kids are sure to be amoosed for hours! Be sure to grab this today! 

Materials

  • Colored paper
  • TP roll
  • Sharpie
  • Craft glue
  • Pencil
  • Scissors

Instructions

  • Select 2 different shades of brown colored paper and a brown colored cardstock paper for the horn patterns. Besides the brown shades, select pink and black colored paper as well. Trace the template patterns on the selected craft papers and cut them out nicely. The template includes head, 2 horns, inner ear patterns, 2 front legs, 2 hoofs, lower part of the face, 1 dewlap (the part below the throat), 2 blush patterns, and 2 eyes.
  • Attach the inner ear cutouts on the ear parts of the head cutout, and attach the lower part of the face on the bottom side of the head cutout. Attach the hoof cutouts on the wide ends of the leg cutouts.
  • Attach the horn cutouts on the top side of the head, keeping the horn branches facing upwards. Attach the eye and blush cutouts on the head pattern.
  • Use a sharpie or gel pen to trace outlines of the eyes and draw the nose and mouth-line of the papercraft moose project.
  • Measure and cut out a piece of brown paper to cover a TP roll.
  • Attach the legs near a side of the prepared paper, keeping the hoof parts along the border, and attach the dewlap pattern above the legs.
  • Attach the head on the top side of the dewlap, overlapping the pattern slightly from the top.
  • Cover the TP roll with the prepared piece (from the previous step). Apply glue to secure the open ends of the paper to secure the TP roll moose craft.

Notes

  • Use felt sheets to make your moose soft and fuzzy. 
  • Add googly eyes or craft pom poms to your moose’s face for some fun details.
  • Dress your moose up! Make a paper scarf, hat, bowtie, hairbow…the possibilities are endless! 
  • For a Christmas moose, draw a string of colorful lights on your moose’s antlers!

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