Livin Mi Vida Loca

The most critical element of any party is, of course, fun; however, we can’t disregard the importance of memorable mementos that make your parties and gathering stand out from the rest. Thankfully, there are frugal ways to make your gathering sparkle, including making a DIY party favor, pillow box and more from everyday items that you’d normally recycle – like toilet paper rolls.

Below are 3 unique, and easy, to make craft projects that are sure to make your fiesta stand out without breaking the bank. Get creative, have fun and don’t forget an unforgettable DIY keepsake will have your guests talking about your gathering long after it’s ended!

Let’s talk! Which of the three toilet paper roll projects do you like best? Or, if you have another fantastic idea for toilet paper rolls let us know in a comment!

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