Funnels are often quite useful in a range of household chores that would otherwise be messy.

For instance, whenever you need to safely transfer your spices or food additives into mason jars, or even peppercorns into a grinder, you may need a funnel of some sort.

Nonetheless, since most households don’t often have funnels readily available when the need arises, you could easily craft your own funnel from locally available paper.

These paper funnels could be single-use or even recycled while supporting environmental conservation by limiting plastic or glass funnel use.

If you like messing around with paper, check out these paper rose plans, these DIY paper cranes, and of course these DIY snowflake plans!

Paper Cone Plans

1. Easy Paper Funnel Template

Easy Paper Funnel
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A paper funnel is a simple device that can be used to pour liquids from one container to another. It is made by folding a piece of paper in half and then cutting the fold so that it opens up into a cone shape.

The paper funnel is often used in chemistry labs, where it is used to transfer liquids from one container to another without spilling.

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2. Strong Paper Funnel

Strong Paper Funnel
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A paper funnel is an easy-to-make apparatus that can be used to measure liquids. It is typically made from a piece of paper rolled into a cone shape, with the open end of the cone being placed in the mouth of a container and the other end pointing towards the ground.

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3. Simple Paper Funnel

How to Make a Paper Funnel
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The diy paper funnel is made by cutting two pieces of paper. The first piece should be cut so that it can fit inside the second, larger piece. This will form a cone shape when it is folded in half. The second piece should be cut so that it has an opening at one end and then folded so that it forms a circle with an opening at one side and another opening on top where you would put your liquid in.

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4. How To Make A Paper Funnel From Rectangular Paper

They are generally made from paper and can be used for a variety of tasks. For example, they can be used as a strainer for cooking, as a funnel to pour liquids into bottles, or as a funnel to fill up water balloons with water.

5. Making Paper Funnel For Food Pouring

Looking for an easy way to funnel liquid or powder substances? Look no further than this DIY paper funnel! This simple and effective trick can be made with just a few pieces of paper and is perfect for any kind of lab experiment or even just everyday use. Best of all, it’s disposable so there’s no need to worry about cleaning it afterwards. So give it a try and see how easy it is to make your own paper funnel!

6. Crafts Funnel

Here’s a fun little diy project – making your own paper funnel! This is a great way to save time and money when you need to do some liquid pouring, and it’s really easy to make. Plus, it’s just plain fun to play with origami. So why not give it a try? Here’s how to do it.

7. DIY Tall Cone

Crafting is a great way to show your personality, and what better way to do that than with a DIY paper funnel? This project is easy, fun, and perfect for anyone who loves to be creative. So gather your supplies and let’s get started!

8. How to Make a Cone Form

Ok funnel people, this one’s for you! This easy DIY paper funnel can be made in just a few minutes, and it’s the perfect way to add some extra fun to your projects. Whether you’re using it to pour glitter or paint, this funnel is sure to come in handy. So let’s get started!

9. Easy Pouring Cone

g’Day all you creative souls out there! Today I am going to share with you a quick and easy DIY paper funnel that will add some pizazz to all your future projects! This project is so simple and can be done in under five minutes. All you need is a sheet of paper and something pointy (I used a pen). Let’s get started! shall we?

Step by step guide

Materials needed

You will first need to gather essential materials which are also often available in most homesteads before commencing the procedure laid down below. These materials include;

  • A piece of paper (or a number of them depending on your demand)
  • A pair of scissors
  • A tape

There are two popular methods utilized by many DIY enthusiasts who make their paper funnels frequently for several specific reasons. These include;

  • The folding method
  • This method entails the following steps;
  • Cut the paper into a right triangle

First, you will acquire one of the assembled pieces of paper and cut it into two halves across the diagonal plane (If the paper was square or rectangular in shape). This should provide you with two right-angled triangles with two shorter sides and one longer side.

Subsequently, you may also trace the present paper and cut out a wide triangle with similar properties as mentioned above.

Essentially, the bigger the triangle the bigger the resultant paper funnel and therefore, you should try and cut the paper in accurate measurements as possible. This is never imperative as accuracy depends on the level of aesthetics required.

Roll the far corners to the center

Take the triangle’s far corners at the ends of the longer side and roll them inwards in a way that the first corner and half of the longer side should lie right in the middle of the triangle in alignment with the third corner.

Subsequently, with the other hand, bring the other corner and roll it over and around the other corner. Upon accurate completion, your project should now look more like a cone.

Always make adjustments

Rolling the paper is never direct and thus the resultant cone is never perfect. As such, you should always feel free to adjust and shift the paper around to ensure it is more even. To can tighten the folds to adjust shape and size or even unfold the entire cone and start over and over until you are satisfied with your product.

Secure the cone

This entails folding the corners which now appear as excess flaps in the cone’s opening. As such, with extra flaps, you may fold the inner one outward and the outer one inward securing the current shape of the cone.

This will then be followed by taping of the seam inside or even outside depending on the level of stability required.

This should provide you with a stable and functional cone ready for the next step.

Cut of the funnel’s tip

This is the final step of this method. Here, you will acquire your pair of scissors and cut the tip of the cone off. This will provide you with a small hole where upon proper positioning of the paper funnel should allow for controlled pouring of intended spices.

Nevertheless, you can continually increase the size of the hole to suit your needs and spice sizes by gradually cutting the tip off again and again until the best hole size is achieved.

The disc method

This is another popular method of paper funnel making. It entails:

Cutting the assembled paper into a square shape.

Next, you should fold the paper into quarters along the diagonal axis.

This is achieved by folding the paper twice. First, diagonally into a right-angled triangle, then again, hold out both the farthest corners and bring them together right across the perpendicular line to create another set of right triangles.

Cut the free edge of the paper into a curve

Using the scissors, you should then trim off the free edge of the folded paper which most likely be the longest side. At this stage, you can try and be as accurate as possible for aesthetics but similarly, freehand cutting is widely allowed.

Unfold the paper and cut away one quarter

Unfolding the paper after cutting the edge in a curved fashion should produce a circular paper rather than the initial square. Then using the pair of scissors again, trace the four imprinted radiuses and cut out one of the four quarters of the circle perfectly along two radiuses.

Overlap the free edges of the paper to form a cone

This will entail taking one edge of the remaining three-quarter circle and overlap it over the other edge to form a cone-shaped structure.

Secure the cone

Taping of the overlapped edges of the cone is usually recommended to secure the stability of the funnel. Nonetheless, you may skip this step is you lack tape or any other readily available adhesive and move to the final step.

Cut off the tip

After attaining a stable cone, you should flatten the cone and cut off the tip most preferably in an inverted V shape or just normally. This should provide you with a hole that can often be enlarged by cutting bigger chunks of the tip to allow your materials to flow through easily.

You should also note not to make the hole too big as this could limit the number of jars the paper funnel would fit in appropriately.

Essentially, by adhering to any of the above steps, you should be able to make your paper funnel in a matter of minutes within the comfort of your home. You will also limit your expenditure since these paper funnels are made from readily available materials, can be recycled and reused.

Similarly, they are environmentally friendly as they are crafted from biodegradable materials.