New CHA project: Tim Holtz stamps and stencils

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So it is that time of year – the CHA tradeshow in Anaheim. This is the annual show where manufacturers, store owners, buyers, designers, and other industry professionals gather to share what is new, learn, and more!

This year I will be attending and reporting in here at my blog ALL the latest, greatest, favorite products, and more! I’m excited to meet up with friends, find new creative inspiration, and check out all that is in store. It is going to be an intense and exhausting week! I’ll be filming the Paper Clipping Round Table podcast, attending loads of meetings, and of course snapping THOUSANDS of photos!

Right this minute though, as I walk the floor and get started I have a card to share with you.

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This card features new Tim Holtz stamps and stencils (available for pre-order now at Simon Says Stamp!) It is definitely one of my favorites – this is a card I made for Tim & Stamper’s¬†Anonymous and I love how it came out. That bit of green in the yellow around the bottle label? Still not sure how I managed that but I love it!

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I’ve been playing a lot with gears, metals, and mixing my mediums too. For now I’d better get back to my CHA gathering of information and snapping of photos! If you have any requests or things you’d like to see covered please do leave a comment. I definitely take requests and I’ll be at the show all week!

 

 

 

 

8 thoughts on “New CHA project: Tim Holtz stamps and stencils”

  1. Awesome card! I’m so glad you got to go to CHA and I can’t wait to hear your take on everything!

  2. I have waiting!, Along with thousands of others. Love the card using the bottle stamp. Enjoy the trip and be safe

  3. Thanks so much May for the CHA info! As the person who does the ordering for a local scrapbook store I so appreciate these glimpses to help me choose product – especially during a time when I need to be very careful with purchases. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Really cool card, May. It seems to me that less than a year ago you were very uncomfortable making cards. Just look at the amazing creations you now do. I knew you could!

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