I always love getting my bright color fix over at Doodlebug. The one thing I will tell you is that their booth is notoriously hard to photograph. It is SO cute in person – but all those glass display cases and spotlights = hard to photograph. I’ll give it my best shot though!
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Because I had SO MANY Tim Holtz photos, I’m breaking this into two posts. First, let’s peek around the idea-ology booth!
I loved the Christmas bits and pieces hiding, his vintage treasures, and overall how this booth was decorated. I ALWAYS love this booth – this year was no exception.
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Be enchanted by the delicate and endearing beauty of Polka Dot Party. Charming graphics highlight the sophisticated femininity of the collection: butterflies, polka dots, chevron, hearts, and handwritten sentiments are presented in hues of pink, mint, gray and yellow. Join the fun of Polka Dot Party!
This collection includes 21 double-sided patterned papers and three specialty papers. Eight sheets of Thickers in various colors and finishes coordinate wonderfully with the sticker sheets, die-cut frames, and other embellishments. Previous favorites, including large tags, die-cut cards and fabric bows are joined by new items: fringe flowers, ribbon photo corners and two pattern brayer sets for quickly adding fun patterns on paper.
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At the last show, Pebbles had one of the most fun booths and at this show they did not disappoint. A Halloween party on one side, loads of soft colors and lovely inspiration on the other made this booth one I had to linger in a while.
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I’m back from my whirlwind trip to Las Vegas for Create & Connect, the CHA summer 2013 tradeshow! The show floor was PACKED with goodies, and I’ll be posting my favorites and photos of products I saw and liked over the next week or so. To kick things off, let’s start with Glitz Designs. The Glitz girls really are doing fantastic things, and they’ve released five unique lines this time around. Continue reading “CHA: Glitz”