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We’re big Scott Tissue fans at our house! We’re also Vudu fans. So I was super excited when we found out there are $4 movie credit coupons for Vudu on Scott Extra Soft 24 Double Roll, and Scot Towel 6 packs. We were heading out the other day to pick up some groceries at Walmart, while we were there I decided it was the perfect time to stock up on tissue paper and paper towels with the coupons.
I was hoping our local Walmart would have the coupons. I didn’t have to worry, I found them right away! Here’s what the coupon looks like.
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As soon as we got home my son wanted me to use the $4 Vudu.com coupon to buy Red Dawn. He’s wanted to see that movie since it was on in theaters. So I went to the Scott Shared Values website to begin the coupon redemption process. This is an important step, so make sure you go here, not straight to Vudu. The website then walks you through the process of putting in your coupon so you’ll get credit at the Vudu site. When you click on the “Get Your Movie Now” button on the website.
It takes you to a screen to redeem the code on the back of your coupon.
We redeemed our code, and my son was excited to watch the movie! It only took a few steps.
I told you above, we’re big Scott fans at our house. I have some allergies, and some other tissues give me issues, but not Scott! I’m also a fan of their paper towels. They’re heartier than other paper towels, and hold up to difficult spills and messes.
Have you ever heard of paper towel or tissue paper origami? I decided to give it a try to surprise my family. Here’s my first attempt at a toilet tissue fan.
I think it needs a little work! My second attempt was a butterfly. I wrapped the toilet tissue in a large 8 inch loop (Clean toilet tissue only for these projects! Hah!). I gathered the center of the loop together and fastened a pipe cleaner around it. I wrapped it at the top, and left enough open on the end to make the butterfly’s antennae. This one turned out better!
I decided to give the butterfly a try with the Scott Shared Values paper towels. I tore off 2 sections of the paper towels, then gathered them in the center and wrapped a pipe cleaner around the center of both of them. I gave the pipe cleaners a twist, but left enough on the ends for the antennae. Here’s how it turned out!
I think I might make these for our Memorial Day Weekend cookout! The pipe cleaner will help hold the paper towels in place if it’s a little breezy.