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Cardboard Tube Gift Pouches

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These pouches, made from recycled cardboard tubes, make quirky wrapping for little gifts. I kept some raw looking and simply added a black stamp and colourful washi tape. You can also try covering the tube with colourful tissue paper or other devorative paper. Decorated with Easter paper they would make a great alternative to plastic eggs for a Easter hunt. Try Christmas paper for some festive wrapping.



Cardboard tube pouch covered with world map, decorated recycled tube wrapping


You will need
Cardboard tube
Rubber stamp and ink or decorative paper and glue stick.
Washi tape

Method
Cut the cardboard tube to the length you want.
Stamp a design on the front using a rubber stamp. Alternatively try covering the cardboard tube with decorative tissue paper or gift wrap, using a glue stick.



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Stamp into the tube




Map cardboard tube
Or cover with some interesting paper


Squeeze one end closed and pinch the edges. Apply washi tape along the closed edges to seal one end.



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Pop your gift inside the tube.
Turn the tube on its side and squeeze the other end closed, making a twisted pyramid shape.
Pinch the edges and seal with a strip of washi tape.



Cardboard tube pouch, TP roll pouch, toilet roll tube pouch, creative wrapping, recycled wrapping




Cardboard tube pouch, TP roll pouch, toilet roll tube pouch, creative wrapping, recycled wrapping




Cardboard tube pouch covered with world map, decorated recycled tube wrapping
World map pouch




Cardboard tube pouch covered with world map, decorated recycled tube wrapping



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#Christmas
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