It's Wendi here and I had the amazing opportunity to go to Winter CHA in Anaheim.. I've been before, but this time I was able to be there for 3 days and had a blast. If you haven't gone before, there is a TON to look at. It's 3-4 full convention sized halls full of crafting and supplies.. it is AMAZING and a bit overwhelming at the same time because there is soooo much to see.
Here is a run down of what I saw and fell in love with while I was there... I'll go in ABC order.
First up AMERICAN CRAFTS...
The DIY shop has some really fun basic embellishments and additives for any project...
Dear Lizzy collection: adorable embellies, the stamp set was too cute, and check out the wooden heart "paper"- how fun would that be to add misting, cut apart or make a home decor project with.
I swooned over the new Molly and Max collection since it's aimed towards tweens- not too baby for kid photos, but not too grown up for teenager photos. Both collections have fun patterns.
check out the pink camo paper:
The embellishments were also very playful and fun- I can't wait to get my fingers on them:
I was really drawn to the fun, bright colors of the Spice Market collection, perfect for spring and summer photos.
A new company that is in the scrapbook industry with two new collections. The enamel hearts from each lines are so delicious.
Has some of the cutest little wood charms out there:
Always has such sweet collections and great embellishments that coordinate, I'm a huge fan of their chipboard pieces.
Always has great displays in their booth. Check out this layers HUGE scrapbook layout.
Always have great collections packs, along with some of their mini lines that are coming out. Did you know that Echo Park releases a new collection every month?? That is so cool, and always gives me something new to look forward to.
This soccer line really has me excited to scrap the kids soccer photos this year:
Always one of my favorite companies with ubber cool embellies. Washi tape, giant rhinestones and some fun puffy stickers this year.
The Carpe Diem has some little woodland creatures in it.. can you say, What Does the Fox Say?
Here are two of the lines 77 and Carpe Diem:
HAZEL and RUBY:
A newer company out of Utah, the owners are Jayme and Lindsey (who previously was involved with Cosmo Cricket). They have some fresh and new creative products.
Large rolls of washi tape:
I always love to see what new soup names they are going to come out with to name their new collections..
Spicy Social Soup has lots of fun embellies, along with a stamp on an instagram camera..
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day....