aren't those bingo place cards cute, and those wooden spool labels? Here are some great doily flowers, they look like quilled paper and they are really low profile (like a flat plastic button):
I should have taken way more pictures in the Pink Paislee booth. Here's a little sampling of Vintage Vogue:
Love the paper 2nd from left - looks like a word search:
These were in the Stamper's Anonymous booth - tin pin heaven. These have a great variety of design from graphic to vintage to numbers:
I like these numbered pins especially:
I had the awesome pleasure of meeting Susan McShirley, owner of SRM Stickers. She's so kind and friendly. I got to see the fancy font stickers up close. I love them even more now:
This photo doesn't look like much but it's kraft colored Tissue Stock from Canvas Home Basics. It's quite excellent - all kinds of possibilities with this fun, crinkly stuff!
Similar to this product is Tim Holtz's printed tissue from the Ranger booth. It's on a roll in a package like waxed paper. I'm a sucker for a cute & clever package:
Here's one of my fave lines; October Afternoon's Farmhouse - love this grid paper:
...some of the embellishments - digging the color palette of this line:
...cute little paper flag kit:
want all of these masks:
these are little post-it like journaling notes - want them in every color:
these are the ones that go with the Memoir line:
I love this quilting grid paper:
These stickers are also new from Jillibean. They now make their stickers matte which will cut down on the glare and smear factors:
Ok, I think I better break here. The trends I noticed: farm themed product, chalkboard, quilting themes, maps & grids. The colors: purple & turquoise, sometimes together. Also pleased to see lots of 6 x 6 pads for nearly every new line I saw. Good news for the cardmakers out there!
Back tomorrow for the final installment of the CHA recap.