Eye candy at the MME booth
I know this was the 'little show' and people don't give it as much credit as the super show, but it was just fine for me. I saw so much great product and projects. As my friend Jenny said, it's like a giant idea book. (She's got a great CHA post right here.) So, let's get to some of my fave CHA finds....(apologizing in advance that my photos are not particularly gorgeous...)
Amy Tan's line for American Crafts. I'm not even sure where to start with this one. It's fun and fresh and has some great little details - like paper clips twisted into little cameras. Can't wait to own it!
Love this Thicker fonts for the line:
here you can see the washi tapes and some of the embellishments:
Here's the light blue - it's kind of grayed out. Love it:
Love that this Halloween Thicker font could work on any kind of page, not just Halloween:
Here's the new Silhouette Cameo - cuts paper 12" wide now. Looks like there's an upgrade in my future.
isn't this a cute chalkboard wall calendar? Cut with a Silhouette onto chalkboard wall vinyl.
I fell in love with these cute little Dimensions embroidery kits in the EK Success booth. This particular set has illustrations from Claudine Hellmuth. They can be transferred numerous times. Love the simple line drawings and contemplating how they could be worked into paper projects.
Onto the Fancy Pants booth. Now, I've never but a gigantic fan of this line but I think that is about to change. I love these tissue paper circles. They've done a set for almost every one of their new releases (these are for the Halloween line).
Here's a great back to school line. I am in love with that graphic pencil paper, buttons and tissue circles:
In the KI booth I found these cute clear stamp sets - love this font: