Kmart Scott Tissue Coupon Deal and a Fun Flower Wreath Craft! #PMedia #Ad #Scottvalue
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Ever since I was a small child, I have been using Scott Tissue. I can remember helping my mother grocery shop, and it was my job to put the three individual rolls of Scott 1000 Sheet Toilet Tissue into our cart. Now, as an adult I still tend to buy Scott Tissue because I love the quality and the value of the product.
Since you all know that I love a good bargain, I thought I’d share a great deal for Kmart Shop Your Way Reward Members. Check out Kmart’s Shop You Way Rewards for great coupon offers on Scott Tissue products this week!
Besides being a fan of the Scott Brand Toilet Tissue, I also love their Scott Towels. I used to be a huge fan of the competition until I realized just how absorbent and durable their brand truly is. Not only does this product keep up with all the messes my kids make, but it also works well as a crafting supply. I recently made a flower wreath crafted with none other than Scott Towels. You can use their toilet tissue, but I found their paper towels to be an even versatile choice that will last for a while.
Making a paper towel wreath is really easy if you ask me, and Scott Towels was the perfect choice for the job. I loved the perforated width of each sheet, and the quilted pattern. I found the durability each paper towel provided when cut, and folded was superb for my wreath. Just a few inexpensive supplies helped me to craft this decorative treasure.
- 1 roll of Scott Towels (will use about 40% of the roll)
- Hot glue gun & 4 glue sticks
- Flower embellishment *optional
- 8″ foam wreath
- Small piece of 12″ ribbon to hang the wreath
Carefully separate about 30 sheets of Scott Towels, and cut them in half once perforated. This will leave you with 60 paper towel rectangles.
Using a pair of scissors, cut large circles out of the rectangles. Try not to waste too much of the towels; you basically want to remove the harsh edges.
Once your circles are all cut out, heat up your glue gun, and prepare a work area.
For hanging purposes, tie a ribbon knot for your wreath.
Leave a small indented space to glue on a optional flower, or ribbon embellishment. You could center, but it is really your choice.
As you can see, the end result of our Scott Paper Towel Wreath is really pretty, and elegant! I bet you never thought that paper towels could make such a beautiful craft before! The best part is this craft cost under $8 and has brightened our office with springtime cheer! You could also use Scott Extra Soft Bath Tissue for a smaller flower-the choice is your’s.