CHA was SO FUN – I wish you all could have been there. There is so much to see that even in the four days I was there, I didn’t catch it all. I am going to give you a few posts about my favorite things, spotted and hearted. For in-depth coverage of nearly everything at the show, visit Craft Critique. Here are the products and booths that I loved at CHA.
I like going into tunnels, especially when it looks like there’s something fun on the other side, don’t you? Welcome to the EK Success booth.
I call this the “cabinet of wonder.” I’m a huge fan of textiles, so I loved this display, though I have to be honest – I’m not sure if all of this product was in the EK Success booth! I think it was just for fun and decoration.
EK Success owns K&Company, and their new Abrianna line rocks! I will be Mod Podging with these papers, for sure.
My blogging buddy Laurie Turk from Tip Junkie being her funny self. Cool backdrop, don’t you think?
Moving along! I’m a yarn junkie at heart, so I enjoyed all of the knit and crochet goodies at the Caron booth. See that gray sweater, second from the right? I seriously thought about poaching it. I might have if I thought I could run faster than the security guards.
I had to make a visit to the GCD Studios when I heard it looked like a vintage carnival. It was so cute in person that I could barely stand it!
Julia embellished some purses for her designers and demonstrators – aren’t they cute? She stuck the flowers on with adhesive squares!
I walked by the PSA Essentials booth and thought, “cool, self-inking stamps.”
I’ve reached the Mecca for knitters – the Lion Brand booth! Whomever knitted these sculptures must be 1) brilliant; 2) very tired.
From bright and colorful to glamorous and posh . . . Die Cuts With a View did a paper runway.
I’ve got one final show report for you tomorrow . . . then it’s back to the regularly scheduled programming. I hope you are enjoying our show updates. See you soon!