We use a lot of toilet paper and paper towels in our house. That's just how we roll. Hah, get it? Paper towel rolls? Okay Chelsea, you're a nerd.
I have this big closet in our laundry room where I stock up on our paper goods and household essentials whenever I see them on sale or with a particularly good offer/coupon.
I raced home to redeem my Vudu coupon from Walmart and proceeded to torture Nate with the latest Bradley Cooper movie. I'm kind of obsessed with Bradley Cooper, but Nate says he “seems like an entitled frat boy.” Whatever. All I see is studly.
I've been keeping my leftover toilet paper rolls around for a craft, and inspiration struck me when I was holding toilet paper and scrolling through movies simultaneously. This was definitely the time to use them!
Tada! Toilet paper roll wall art. That's how we roll. This was actually surprisingly easy to make.
Just flatten toilet paper rolls (I used about 12 for this project) and cut them into half-inch pieces. Lay those pieces on the ground in any pattern you'd like, glue them together (I use glue dots because craft glue is messy and hot glue is…well…hot) and then spray paint with a metallic paint.
How do you save on everyday purchases?