DIY honeycomb with toilet paper rolls

Looking for a fun and easy craft project to make with your kids? This Toilet Paper Rolls Honeycomb is an incredibly cute way to decorate an empty wall in kids’ bedroom!

Toilet Paper Rolls Honeycomb

Toilet Paper Rolls Honeycomb

Bees honeycombs are a nice decoration idea not only for kids’ bedroom but for the bathroom too and even your living room if you are a fan of handmade decor. This toilet paper rolls honeycomb project is a great way to recycle some of those empty toilet paper rolls and a wonderful opportunity to have a lot of fun with your kids.

Ellie and I had spent a great tie together lately, making cute stuff or putting things we normally throw away to a good use. I mean, look at these little bees we made using empty Kinder eggs? Or these silly dinosaur eggs. We sure know how to spend quality time together!

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Toilet Paper Rolls Honeycomb Tutorial

Toilet Paper Rolls Honeycomb



  • We used 5 toilet paper rolls but you can use more if you want a larger honeycomb.
  • Press the toilet paper tubes flat.



  • Cut each into 3 sections.


  • Measure each half of the section, divide into 3 sections and mark then press at each mark to make a hexagon.



  • Glue hexagons to each other and form a honeycomb.


  • If you like the honeycomb extra sturdy, staple the hexagons together.
  • Paint with yellow acrylic paint (we applied several coats before we got the color we liked).


  • Leave to completely dry and display on a wall using scotch tape.

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  1. Peggy J Kuhnley says:

    Hi, I love the bee and honeycomb craft projects, however, I can not find or see how the yellow container is part of the Kinder Egg Shells. The link took me to a site where I could purchase the item but the exterior is egg shaped and it shows the inside as being filled with pudding and chocolate or something to dip the contents out of the container. I could not find the round container you showed in the instructions.Can you help me find the correct container? I do not have children or grandchildren to get the item for and as a diabetic would be a waste to buy one only to find out I have the wrong item.

    1. Hi Peggy. I’m happy you liked my idea and decided to give it a try. Unfortunately those kind of eggs are no banned in US, they come in a different design and don’t include the shell. I was able to locate some shells in Amazon UK here

  2. Clark Gillette says:

    This is so cute. What did you use for the bees?

    1. Clark Gillette says:

      Oh I see they are probably Kinder Surprise eggs, I can’t get those in the US. But I think yellow yarn pom-poms would also work :)

      1. Yes, unfortunately they are banned in the US now.