I was given a pad of October Afternoon- Make It Merry papers as a Christmas present (thank you Jill & Mel) and as it was so pretty wanted to use it for a special project. My daughter and her boyfriend visited The Making of Harry Potter tour just before Christmas and took over 300 photographs! As luck would have it Ann Freeman runs a crop on the 2nd Saturday of each month with her great friends Tracy and Caroline. Just look at the fun those girls have!
Ann's class was a fabulous folder with inserts for photographs
(Ann's beautiful folder is here). How fortunate for me that Ann was using the Make It Merry range. So when I received the paper pad I was able to add these papers to my inserts and finish the project.
I love how Ann comes up with such lovely ideas for projects and then chooses the perfect paper range to execute them.
I am also following the tutorials by Kirsty Smith called Pretty Polaroids.
I used the same paper range to make the 2nd in her set and it looks quite Valentineish and not very Christmassy at all.
Why don't you post a link to projects you have made using paper ranges for something other than what they were designed for.