Now normally I just pick up the smallest package of rolls I can find because I live in Manhattan and a 24 pack of TP doesn't really work as an accessory while walking down 5th Avenue. But whenever I make my way up to the Target in Harlem I manage to load that damn cart with more crap than the Grinch tries to stuff onto his sleigh because I cab it home after. And this usually always includes a bigger package of toilet paper. One that has all the extra sheets and stuff in hopes that it will last a bit longer than usual.
This brand actually takes the cake on that front. But no matter how many double sided, soft as a sheep's butt, absorbent enough to soak up more of that weird blue liquid than the leading competitor, 2-ply sheets there are...you're still going to end up with those annoying empty rolls. Welcome to the glamorous side of being a human right?
Don't worry though, as you saw from the very first picture in this post, I've got you covered on a little DIY project to turn those fugly brown rolls into something spectacularly festive. Let's see how things went down shall we?
Well would you look at that. From empty roll on my TP holder to hanging in a frame right smack dab in the middle of my living room. And all I had to do was cut up the toilet paper rolls, flatten them out into the shape of bulbs, cut out red and green paper to match the shape, hot glue them to the backs of the cutouts, add a little black topper cutout, and hot glue all of the completed bulbs onto a piece of yarn.
Bing bang boom, DIY Christmas Bulbs made out of empty toilet paper rolls. And I didn't even have to buy any supplies to make them. I think I win today. P.S. you can also win today by heading to Target to buy a Cottonelle triple roll 12 pack or larger and get a free box of Kleenex (while supplies last) just by using this coupon.
P.S. Obviously I still haven't quite mastered that new camera of mine enough to not still be using iPhone quality photography. Whoops!