10 Ways to Use Scrapbook Paper (That Aren't Scrapbooking)
It's been a while since I've made a scrapbook. College & sorority life (and the constant stream of photos that come with them) are a few years behind me, and I haven't had any major life moments that needed commemorating. Still, I have a ton of scrapbook paper and can't resist picking up more whenever I see a cute sheet or paper pack. I'm definitely going to use it for something at some point and I just really need it, ok? Sounds familiar, right?
So what are we going to do with all these pretty prints and patterns? I rounded up some projects from Blitsy and a few more from around the web that use scrapbook paper in ways you may never have even thought of. Take a look and get ready to be inspired!
Scrapbook paper can easily add the flair you didn't even know your keys needed. Learn how here.
Accent any room with these DIY covered light switch outlet plates, via The Real Housewives of Riverton
This geometric notebook comes from Elemental Carbon. Grab coordinating colors and a print and get to decorating!
Meghan created this DIY specimen artwork with chipboard shapes, glitter, and of course, some fun printed paper! Get all the instructions here.
Um, ok, this particular one is actually made of paint chips, but you could easily swap in scrapbook paper for a patterned look. Via Hey Gorgeous Events.
Who is wasting precious time trying to find a box AND wrapping paper for a gift? NOT YOU. Via Mad in Crafts.
Get super organized with this DIY envelope wall.
Whip up a colorful banner for any holiday or birthday with scrapbook paper you already have. Via Vicky Barone.
Dress up your space with this beautiful artwork! Via Me & My Big Ideas.
Finally, accent framed pics with patterned photo mats.
What non-scrapbook projects have you used scrapbook paper for?