If you live anywhere above Florida, you may already be wearing jackets & boots.
And if you're a crafter, you may already be purchasing new supplies and working on your December Daily 2017 albums.

But what happens when you find yourself with more Christmas product than you can wallpaper your house with?  You USE it!; by cutting through all the pretty pattern paper to create a funky & dimensional scene on white cardstock.

Today I'm sharing a traditional scrapbook page, using non-traditional Christmas colors from the "Snow And Cocoa" collection by Crate Paper.  Have I mentioned lately how much I love CP products?  Not only is the quality top notch, but their designs are too irresistible to miss out on.  In the past I've been known to hoard my favorite supplies, but as I work my way through a hoard-free and clutter-free home, I find myself pulling out more of my most adored stock.

My page was created for the "ADD IT UP" challenge we're having over at the Paper Issues Blog.  The points should add to 90-95.  I just made it at 95.  You can see my breakdown below...

20 - Pattern Paper
5 - Cardstock
5 - Photo
9 - Chipboard
3 - Embellishment
34 - Ephemera
10 - Puffy Stickers
5 - Enamel Dots
4 - Stickers

If you visit the PI Facebook group, you'll surely find something to inspire your next paper project, and hopefully play along with us.  The more projects you share, the more chances you'll have to win a monthly gift card to the shop!

Don't forget!  Use my 20% off TOTAL PURCHASE coupon code.  Enter "Damaris" at the Paper Issues Shop checkout.
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