I'm the type of person who lacks imagination when it comes to repurposing things like holiday paper lines. I see a Christmas line and figure I scrap Christmas photos with it. Kids by the tree. Presents being opened. Christmas pajamas. Traditions.
But sometimes these holiday lines are perfect for a different kind of photo...one that may not be specifically Christmasy at all. Angella's cricket photos from Boxing Day don't "scream" Christmas, but look at the way she's used Botanical Christmas to document their importance:
Supplies Used: Papers: Botanical Christmas (A birds view, Postcards to santa), Western Romance (Line Dance) Yacht club (Sailors Guide), Petite Ruffle Ribbon, Princess Petal, Alpha Stickers, Country Estate Ribbon
While I had to look up "Boxing Day" to discover it is related to Christmas, (celebrated the first weekday after the holiday), this photo is unique in that it's of a sporting event. Not a traditional holiday activity. And yet, these papers and products sure do seem like the perfect complement, don't they?
I love the hand-cut elements she's incorporated and the wide range of colors on this page. Mixing Christmas colors with the yellow sheet from our Western Romance collection, makes this layout a little more vesatile.
Next time you're looking for the perfect papers, don't rule out the Christmas ones you know and love. When it comes to Webster's Pages, you'll find products that are wonderfully timeless. You can check them out on the Webster's Pages website, stock up and be ready to scrap over your Christmas vacation!
Now that sounds like a wonderful plan!