CHA Scrapbooking: October Afternoon

October Afternoon‘s booth looked awesome this year, with a faux store front and an adorable collections of oversized images on the side wall! So cute, and of course an awesome place for a little photo op!

October Afternoon released 2 new collections at the show and they are both really sweet, so it’s hard to choose which to start with. We’re here to make the tough decisions though, so we’ll begin with, “Rocket Age.” Look at the 8 out-of-this-world, double-sided papers. The mix of really rich warm & cool tones make for a really eye-catching combination.

All of the expected October Afternoon embellishments are here, along with a couple of new additions.

Miscellany is one of the new additions; an all-in-one package of die cuts, mini flash cards, a few chipboard pieces and even some buttons!

Sprinklers are another brand new addition to October Afternoon’s bag of tricks. They are a spray misting paint and available in sets that coordinate with each collection, or in single bottles.

October Afternoon’s other new collection is, “5 & Dime.” Inspired by what you may find in your local 5 & dime, if you still have one around, this collection has a little something for everyone.

October Afternoon has also put together this “Art Box” set of Sprinklers to cover the basics. At least one of these colors can be used with just about anything!

So, with so much yumminess in just one booth, what would you head over to get a closer look at first?
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3 Responses to CHA Scrapbooking: October Afternoon

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    Katie_Bolinger February 9, 2011 at 11:57 pm #

    loving the rocket age stamps and the band wagons getting pretty full on the spray inks but I’m not complaining.

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    Anonymous February 10, 2011 at 12:23 am #

    Once again LOVE it all. I especially love the 5and Dime and I think that the ART BOX Sprinlers is AWESOME a great Neutral Palette that could go with anything. Thanks again for the great coverage you have done
    Kind Regards,
    Bev. L.

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    SuZeQ February 11, 2011 at 4:05 pm #

    The stamps. Always the stamps. Yessiree!