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Cardboard Tube BatmanNa-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-bat crafts! The Dark Knight is an ever-popular comic book hero, and now your little ones can create their own hero from recycled crafts! Cardboard Tube Batman is super easy to make, especially with the free printable template that's included. In a matter of minutes, kids can finish this toilet paper roll craft and be off on their own imaginary adventures through Gotham City. This homemade toy is much more affordable than anything at the toy shop, and just as fun.


  • 4-inch cardboard tube
  • Construction paper: light blue, black, white, yellow
  • Peach crayon
  • Glue stick
  • Scissors
  • Batman pattern


  1. Use a glue stick to cover the cardboard tube with light blue paper.
  2. Print the patterns.
  3. Cut the mask/head section from black paper. Cut a piece of white paper to fit under the mask, leaving a little excess around it so you will be able glue it to the back of the mask. Color the white paper with the peach crayon and glue it to the back of the mask.
  4. Cut small eyes from yellow paper and glue to the front of the mask. Glue the mask to the cardboard tube.
  5. Cut the pants from back paper and glue around the cardboard tube.
  6. Cut a strip of yellow paper for the belt and glue around the top of the pants.
  7. Cut out bat and cape from black paper. Glue the bat to his chest and the cape to his back.


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