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CHA Summer 2011 | Ribbon & Trim

CHA was full of fabulous ribbons and trim.  Everywhere we turned there was ribbon!

Maya Road had an amazing collection.

The textures were beyond scrumptious. Zipper ribbon, petals, flowers, and more frills and ruffles than one could ever dream of!

 The colors and textures were amazing!

The ways we could use all this ribbon is endless!

The frayed edges on the ribbon used in the flowers here give such a textural look to these tags.

So much texture! 

Another booth with new ribbons, trims, and even netting was Webster’s Pages. Their new Tinsel trims are unique, fresh, and come in four cheery hues and are available by the yard.

The colors and sparkle in these ribbons brings so much interest to these pages.

Netting and ruffles… a perfect combination for airy flowers!

We saw so much ribbon out there, it was hard to pick our favorites.  What is your favorite ribbon trend you’ve seen so far?

CHA Scrapbooking: Webster’s Pages

Webster’s Pages‘ booth at CHA was packed full of brand new collections and embellishments. “Country Estate” is first up; it reminds us of a bed & breakfast kind of feel.

Buttons & Twine are a new embellishment for Webster’s Pages. They are adhesive backed chipboard buttons with coordinating twine right on the card for easy matching!


Layered Transparencies are another new embellishment, each set includes 4 different 4″x 6″ transparencies that can either be layered to create a full scene, or used individually.

“Yacht Club” is a really fun Summer collection with lighthouse, lobsters, whales and fun summer patterns!

“Ladies & Gents” is a bright version of a Victorian collection with tea cups, overstuffed chairs, pocket watches and more!
(Photo from Webster’s Pages website)
Fabric Tickets are beautiful non-adhesive printed canvas tickets that can be used for all sorts of crafty projects, whether you want to sew them on, attach them to a page with adhesive, hang them from ribbons on tags, or just look at how pretty they are.

“Trendsetter” is another bright collection with a modern fashion theme full of patterns fit for any cute, fashion forward layout!




“Spring Market” is a modern take on homemakers brights that just released a couple of weeks ago.

Webster’s Pages has also released a collection of stamps with Unity Stamp Co. There are 4 stamp sets, a large background stamp, and 8 Itty Bitty stamps.


Push Pins are another new embellishment. There are 10 large pins, or 16 small pins in each package depending on the set and they come in the packaging you see here, which is cute and keeps you safe from getting poked!

Lovely as always!
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CHA- Paper Lines & More: Webster’s Pages

Webster’s Pages introduced four luscious paper lines at the CHA Summer Show, but what really caught my eye were all the coordinating embellies, trims and bouquets.

The company released five new colors in fall-ish shades of its popular Bloomers. The rustic flowers are sewn on netting, so they can be used as is or cut apart to be used individually.

Each line of paper includes a matching wire floral bouquet. They’re large enough to be used as a single embellishment, or the individual pieces can be snipped off. I love the peppermint swirl in this one:

And how about the poinsettia in this one?


Berry bouquets are also available for each of the new paper lines. They include one sprig of velvety berries and three leaves. The berries have a little give, the company says, so they work under page protectors.

I love this color combo:

Also new is the Vintage Inspired Netting. Each package includes 11 squares of 8″x8″ netting, plus a bonus strip. Webster’s Pages suggests layering it, making flowers with it, twisting it and tying it.

Here it is used on a layout:

And here are the other embellishment goodness, including trims, sparkly buttons, stickers, fabric trim and diecuts.

Oh, and there’s the cute bouquet that includes a peacock feather:

Last, but certainly not least, are the papers themselves. Here is Sweet Season, with soft pastel colors and sweet treats. I love the gingerbread houses sheet.


And here’s Waiting for Santa, with more of a traditional Christmas color scheme. I really like the sheet with Santa riding in the hot air balloon. Who needs reindeer and a sled?


This is Wonder Fall with a fall color palette and themes, like school and Thanksgiving. But it would also work for everyday pages.


Last up is Hollywood Vogue, an everyday line with pinks, purples and black.

Here’s some inspiring projects. I love the use of the bouquets and berries.


What an exciting release! What do you want to buy first?

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