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Rolls of toilet paper covered with orange sweater fabric made to look like pumpkins
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Sweater Toilet Paper Pumpkins

Prep Time15 mins
Servings: 1 pumpkin


  • 1 Sweater
  • 1 roll of Toilet Paper MEGA size is best
  • 9 inches of Green Ribbon
  • 1 3-5 inch stick


  • Begin by unrolling the toilet paper about 15 times. Then roll the paper back up, twisting the TP as you roll. The goal here is to create a rounded shape, so keep that in mind as you roll the paper back up. Tuck in the end to secure.
    Toilet paper, rolled back up to create a rounded shape
  • Cut off one sleeve from your sweater. Cut straight across from under the arm. Trim off the cuff of the sweater. Your sleeve piece should be 12-13 inches long.
    Cut the sleeves from a sweater
  • Stretch the sleeve out wide, and place it over the toilet paper so that a few inches of sleeve sticks out on either side of the toilet paper. Reach under the sleeve and smooth out the toilet paper roll if needed, creating a rounded shape.
    Hands placing a sweater sleeve over a roll of toilet paper to make a sweater pumpkin
  • Tuck the extra sleeve inside the toilet paper roll on the top and bottom of the pumpkin, straightening out the sweater if needed.
    Sweater sleeve tucked into either end of a roll of toilet paper to create a pumpkin
  • Tie a ribbon around a stick. Trim ribbon if needed.
    Scissors cutting green ribbon that's been tied around a short stick
  • Place stick inside the toilet paper roll to create a stem. Decorate with twine or leaves as desired.
    Toilet paper pumpkins made from a sweater