Saturday, January 17, 2015

CHA Recap- Final post- Warning! Lots of photos of various products and projects

Happy Friday!

I can't believe it was a week ago today that I went to Day 1 of CHA.  The whole weekend flew by!

Today will be my last CHA post.  It will be filled of product and project photos from the show.  Let's jump right into it!

There were some amazing Swarovski and beaded projects on display.  This bird was blinged to the nines:
The bird was on the arm of this beauty...crystals ran up the horns!:
Went gaga over the necklace below!
This was the top part of a dress...magnificent!
Some stamps drew me in, too!  Art Impressions had some cuties:
Penny Black had some wonderful watercolor stamps:
Imagine Crafts was showing off their very cool Creative Medium.  Shimmery metallic paste that is visible on light and dark papers.
I am digging the new Zutter All tool.  It even has a brayer!!
 Scrapbook Adhesives had a fun Make and Take.  It included the ribbon below (please pardon the poor photo quality).  It is a soft jean material...loved it!  
 And here is a grainy photo of the cute as a button Donna Salazaar:
 Of course I spied another die that I liked.  The Elizabeth Craft Heart Pivot Die.  
Stampers Anonymous has so many great stamps!  Here are a couple of my faves from Brett Weldele
 The cats are a must have for me!
 Now, for those of you that have access to the UK's magazine Papercraft Inspirations, you will recognize the next two dies.  The dies were showcased in Issue 130 (October 2014).  Tracy Payne made some gorgeous cards using the dies and I have liked the dies ever since!
 
 I was able to snap a photo of Tim Holtz while demonstrating:
 Big surprise...another die set.  I liked this one because of the sweet embossing folder and the nautical theme:
 Now this product is totally rockin'.  A holster to house your glue gun...even if it is hot!
 
 I know I discussed Faber-Castell in a previous post but I forgot to show this photo.  A studio set.  Drool.  Drool.  Drool.
 7 Gypsies is offering new pad sets.  The cowgirl set below had Sherry Cheever's attention!  Not only are the patterns great but there is also fabric such as canvas and suede in the set!  Yee-haw!!
Thanks for making it through this long post!  As you can tell from this post and the prior posts, I had the best time at CHA!  I would like to go again.  I already figured out my budget and how much I have to save every pay in order to attend next year!  :)
Fireworks from Disney
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!
Hugs,
Kathy Jo

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for this. Looks like you really had fun,
    Janice W

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  2. Sounds like you had lots of fun. It must have been great to meet Sheri and Kristi. I have really enjoyed your CHA posts even though I am more into quilting than papercrafting now, it is still fun to see the new things. ( LOVE that Penny Black stamp with the birds! )

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