Monday, October 28, 2013

A Happy Halloween With Cottonelle

This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group™ and Cottonelle, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #CottonelleTarget

Halloween is right around the corner, and I must say this is one of my favorite times of the year! When else can you dress up like Hello Kitty and spruce up your home with decorations that scream Fall? 

This Halloween I've teamed up with Cottonelle to bring you an amazing offer and a unique, cost-effective way to spice up your home just in time for your Halloween party. Visit your local Target and buy Cottonelle Triple Roll 12 pack or larger and get a FREE box of Kleenex, while supplies last. Simply print the coupon here: and get your freebie, it's that easy!

After you've gotten your Cottonelle Triple Roll from Target, you'll need to pick up the following supplies: orange, green, & white tissue paper, black construction paper, scissors, and glue or tape.

First, place your Cottonelle Triple Roll in the middle of the orange tissue paper. Next, pull the tissue paper above the Triple Roll in a clockwise manner (instead of all up at once); this will allow your pumpkin to simulate the lines of a real pumpkin.

Cut your green tissue paper into a long strip roughly five inches wide and wrap it around the top of your pumpkin shown below. Place a piece of tape at the base of the green tissue paper to hold everything together.

Finally, cut a pair of eyes, a nose, and a mouth from the black construction paper and tape it on your pumpkin to make it a jack-o-lantern or leave it as is and you've got a pumpkin.

Diversify your decorations by making little ghosts too. Place your Triple Roll in the middle of your white tissue paper, and instead of pulling up the tissue paper in a clockwise manner, pull up all the tissue paper at once, and either stuff the extra tissue paper into the top of the Triple Roll or twist it until it becomes a small tail.

Cut a pair of eyes and a mouth out of your black construction paper, and now you have little ghosts to go with your jack-o-lanterns.

Place them on your stairs or anywhere around the house, and now you've instantly changed the mood of your home or Halloween party. 

And since I'm in a DIY mood, here's a close up shot of my Hello Kitty ears, made by yours truly. Hope you all enjoyed this post!

Disclosure: This post was sponsored and compensation was provided by Cottonelle via Pollinate Media Group. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Cottonelle.


  1. haha, cute head gear!
    happy halloween honey!

    xoxo, Jules
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  2. Aw so cute! Happy Halloween!

    And wow your pictures look amazing


  3. Super cute! I'm going to have to do these with the kids!