Yep, you read that right. $2. Mind you, I had to travel all the way to Florida to get the paper for this little update (I live in Massachusetts) but before you think I have lost my mind I just happened to be in FL for vacation and did not actually fly all the way there for Target dollar bin paper.
I saw this exact paper used as backing for built-ins on Pam’s blog about a month ago.
I immediately pinned the image and was at Target that very day scouring the dollar bins for the paper she used. Sadly, not a roll in sight. I went home and searched wallpapers and other wrapping paper sources but couldn’t find anything close. Actually, that’s not entirely true. I could get a roll of similar wallpaper on Spoonflower but it was $60 a roll, and when compared to the ONE DOLLAR A ROLL I knew Pam had paid I just couldn’t bring myself to shell out.
Fast forward to our Florida vacation a few weeks ago and while checking my Instagram feed (click here to follow me) I saw that Carmel had scored the exact same paper at her local Target. She is the sweetest thing ever and even offered to mail me a roll when I mentioned my sad, quatrefoil paper-less existence, but on a last ditch effort I swung by a Target near my in-laws’ house on the very day we were leaving FL and, cue the angels singing, there was a bin full of quatrefoil paper just sitting here waiting for a good home.
I feverishly bought 6 rolls and very carefully transported them back to Boston in my carry on bag.
And here, at last, they are on my office built-ins.
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