#loveitchopit Designer Series Paper Shelves - Nothing is safe!

Many of you have heard about my #loveitchopit Designer Series Paper Workshop that I am holding on Facebook. If you aren't part of it yet JOIN UP! You can Click HERE to do that.

In our group there is LOTS of inspiration being shared and the lovely Judi Hill from the Uk shared how she covered her shelves on the #loveitchopit Workshop group. I thought it was BRILLIANT. So today I covered my little shelves that Bruno purchased from K-Mart last night. We LOVE K-Mart!! This tall shelf only cost $12 and now it is stunning and covered in the share what you love Designer Series Paper. This paper will be available to order on the 1st May!! How exciting!

I even covered the top as well - You could go crazy and cover the sides too of course - but I like having a bit of the wood showing to break up the patterned paper.

How fun right? I am going to use this for filing all my cards that I need to blog and my RAK cards that I am sending and receiving. I love my new shelf and I adore this new paper. Remember that you need to USE your paper - this is a perfect way to use your paper if you love to stare at it all day. Now you can!

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  1. Adorable! And what a great idea! At this point I'd need approximately 1,234,879 of these little shelves to use up all my DSP! :)

  2. Jeannine GarnerFriday, April 27, 2018

    VERY nice! Thanks for this blog post.


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