Christmas, Holiday


November 20, 2015


Whether it’s family for a few days or friends for the evening, you’re bound to have some extra visitors in your bathroom this holiday season. I have teamed up with Cottonelle to bring you a few tips to make your bathroom more friendly and festive for the

  1. Smells can make or break my bathroom experience ha ha. Seriously though, I love going to a friends house and being greeted with a pleasant aroma. Get some holiday candles or your favorite scents and keep your bathroom smelling nice. Your family and friends will notice, trust me.
  2. Try to make things easy on them (and you) by storing your toilet paper somewhere of easy access – like in a basket! This saves you from having to check the toilet paper roll and also keeps family and friends out of your bathroom cupboards looking for extra toilet paper.  Also if you use Cottonelle 4 in 1 roll you don’t have to store as many, which is always a plus!
  3. Sure your roofs will have lights, and your living room a tree, but what about holiday decor in the bathroom? Subtle holiday decoration can really freshen things up and keep the holiday spirit in your home.  I’m sharing how to make this simple 5 min felt wreath too.
  4. Fresh. Cozy. Towels. Mmmhhmmm. I love soft clean towels in abundance in my bathrooms.  There is nothing better when being a guest at someones home.  ha ha at least I think so ;)


Make this super cute and SUPER easy mini felt wreath to add some festive decor to your bathroom.

-Felt pieces
-Hot Glue Gun
-Embroidery Hoop

STEPS (very easy haha)
-Cut out small triangles
-Glue in a pattern around the embroidery hoop
-Glue a ribbon to the back of the hoop

This post is sponsored by Cottonelle Mega Roll. Thank you for supporting the brands that help support Tell Love and Party.

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  • Paige Cassandra Flamm

    I love the pieces you made! I think the pink and red are such a different, but fun holiday look!


  • You’re right. Bringing the holiday spirit into the bathroom would be fun. I feel a shopping spree coming on! And that wreath looks super-easy to make. Thanks!