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CHA Blog Carnival – sponsored by The Cat’s Pajamas

This CHA Blog Carnival is proudly sponsored by The Cat’s Pajamas.

Ready for the swingiest, swankiest stamps and dies around? Pour that martini and get your Cat’s Pajamas on! Visit The Cats Pajamas for more information about these products as well as their entire line of stamps.

And please, if you are listed below, don’t forget to share this link on YOUR blog and with your friends to complete the circle of crafty love. Thanks to all who participated and shared your wonderful ideas!

Want to see some great photos from the Jenni Bowlin booth?  Just check out Megan’s blog.

Christine has great coverage of the entire show as well as videos of Tim Holtz, Claudine Hellmuth and Suede from Project Runway.

Check out all the cool banner photos on Vicki O’Dell’s blog.

Robyn shares some of her favorite finds at CHA including the Epiphany Button Studio.

There are lots of lots of posts on the Paint Me Plaid blog.

Get a look through the eyes of the Mod Podge Rocks creator Amy Anderson with her CHA posts.

Lots of great photos from the show including the Websters Pages booth on the Unkit blog.

Michele shares her CHA photos including some pictures of the new Cricut Imagine.

The I Live. Teach. Create blog has posted lots of photos and videos of their favorite products and booths.

There is great coverage of all things sparkly at the CHA Super Show on Ellie’s blog.

Christine Middlecamp has lots of great photos from the show including some awesome Maya Road shots.

Leslie has great coverage of the Scrapbook Royalty Super Crop where her friend won the Making Memories Slice Machine that our own Sarah Moore had the pleasure of awarding.

The PaperCrafter’s Corner shares lots of stuff from Ranger ink.

A great perspective of the CHA is on Claudia’s blog complete with photos.

Nan shares her favorite photos from the show on her blog.

Jenny from Craft Test Dummies has lots of great photos and posts of her time at the show.

Nancy Nally from Scrapbook Update shares her top 10 picks from CHA Summer 2010.

The Creating Keepsakes Blog does a fun “cute booth tour”.

Erin Bassett, the Yudu queen, gives you a peek at some of the new products for the Yudu machine.

The Copic Marker team was on hand at CHA showing off some of their new products like the new swatch books.

Get a look at the My Mind’s Eye booth with the videos on their blog.

Chica and Jo have lots of great information on some new CHA debuted products as well as lots of videos.

For lots of photos and a great explanation of what CHA is, check out Julie’s post.

Scrapscene shows off some of the great Make and Takes at the Show.

Here is Jessica’s list of the 10 products she loved at this years CHA.

The paper pile has several videos from CHA including Tim Holtz products.

Angie shares her CHA slideshow on her blog.

Deena’s new paper line that she designed was unveiled at this year’s show.

Amy got photos with great friends and designers and posted them on her blog.

And we’ve got more CHA articles coming this weekend… including our trend watches and favorite booths! Thanks for reading!


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CHA- Paper Lines & More: Crate Paper

Crate Paper introduced three new paper lines at the CHA Summer Show, and added some new goodies as well.

Each theme — School Spirit, Restoration and Snow Day — include new fabric-covered and epoxy brads, chipboard accents layered with buttons, felt and rhinestones, and the ever-popular 6″x6″ sized paper pads. The new papers are shipping Aug. 20.

Just in time for back-to-school is the School Spirit line featuring double-sided papers with muted colors and fun, vintage patterns. I love the little schoolhouse paper with the buses and merry-go-round. Of course the banner paper is cute, too.

Here are the coordinating embellies, stickers, chipboard and brads:

Here’s the Restoration line, versatile enough for masculine and feminine pages. I love that cent paper with the diecut edge. Yummy!


and the coordinating goodies:


Next up is Snow Day. I’m a sucker for snowmen, and I love the colors on these guys:

And the coordinating extras. The 6″x6″ pads were made in response to request from cardmakers. The patterns on the smaller papers are full sized.


Here are some cards that were on display:

And some layouts featuring the new themes:


We’re looking forward to a Fall full of cuteness from Crate Paper!

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