Friday, February 4, 2011

More, More of CHA

I went by the booth of Julie Fei-Fan Balzer - she is an artist who is known for art journaling.  She has recently gone into art designs.  I have a picture of the two of us together that I will post later.
Adriana is going over multiple catalogs - remember we got a lot!
 One of Magenta's stamp/card samples...
 Donna Downey taught several classes at CHA - this is one of her classes.
 Kaiserkraft had a beautiful display booth.  It was set up by rooms, brightly lit, and the samples were breath taking.
 More of Kaiser...
 This is the "Twig" line by Little Yellow Bicycle.  I chose this line for my March card class at Paper Vineyard.
Back to Magenta card samples...
 More card samples...
Stampendous samples and booth...
 I can't remember the vendor for this card, but I thought it's simplicity was very pretty.
 Cards, cards, and more cards...

 This is me with Mod Podge Amy.  She was very gracious to let me get her photo.
These bouquets were made out of paper, by using punches.
Same display - some of them look so real.  The detail work was amazing ~
This is part of Ranger's display.  Adriana thought it was creepy, but I really liked it.
This cake was made out of ribbon.
A sample of a card where they adhered ribbon to paper, then used a die cut machine to cut out the butterfly and give it some dimension.
These flowers were made by weaving, or sewing, the ribbon through cardstock.
This is a sample of a ribbon organizer...
Samples of all the ribbons at one booth...
 Miniature cupcakes made out of ribbons - Cupcakes were everywhere throughout the trade show.  They were made out of cardstock, ribbon, polymer clay, fabric, and they were all very cute.
Donuts - again, out of ribbon.
I think I will do one or two more blogs about CHA.  I took a lot of pictures.

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