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CHA Faves from Jennifer

Posted on: January 29, 2007

Hi, Everybody,

I went back today and saw some stuff I didn’t make it to on Sunday.

TRACE INDUSTRIES: Love their chipboard called “chipper”. It has with a balck core ro white core and is actualy matte(sp?) board, not chipboard so it is a higher quality. Very fun with acrylic paints.

Really liked their Abstract Line, Princess Bride, and Pashmina lines. Swirlie Whirlie chipboard was nice as well.

FISKARS: The Easy Stamp Press was the thing I was talking about this AM. The Ultra Shape Express has been revamped so you can use the cutter only as a freehand tool. I tried it at their demo stattion–very easy! And you can use it to trace swirls in a pp and then make your own flourishes. It was very cool.

SCENIC ROUTE: Love the DieCut Office Arrows.

PAPER SALON: I know you love their stuff! I really like the All Stitched Up paper line. Also the folios are really cool. The scrap elastic was interesting for making mini noteboards and closures for notebooks. Don’t know how well it would actualy sell but would defnitely be a fun class to do. The Enamored line was cute as well.

Queen & Co: Felt ribbon of course!

Maya Road: They have a much narrow and finer felt ribbon, about 1.5 inches wide and very cute. Loved it. They also have chipboard shapes in tins with acrylic stamps sized to fit the chip pieces perfectly–I played with these today during their MnT and they worked very very well. Also their new arrow and purse books are very cute. They also have chipboard books that come in a box. Great gift and class.

Junkitz: In addition to what I said yesterday, I like the glitterz letters and newspaper flowers. Dont know how well the flowers would sell–looks like you could make them yourself but they are pretty cute.

Imagination Project: Love the office look of the Project Essntials Paper line, epseically the Calendar Counts pages. Gin-X As you wish line was very cute. The Circus Rose PLAYLIST line had a rock-n-roll kind of 50’s feel to it. Might be the answer to finding a 50’s line since some people have come in the store looking for it.  Plus it can be updated easily to wrk for 80’s and other rock eras. The Gin-X star shaped coasters were really cool–I got lots of pics of the samples they had using these.

Elmer’s: They had a laser guided guillotine trimer with a guarded blade. I saw it demo’d-pretty cool. It also cuts 15 sheets at a time! Their magnetic cutting system and circle cutter were also neat.

I took tons of pictures today of products and the correspondending samples. I plan to upload them in the next couple days for ideas. I also have a big stack of catalogs too.

Had so much fun but now I am exhausted!! It will be fun to see what kind of loot everyone got on Friday!


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If you are looking for a great scrapbook store in Southern California, you can stop looking. Scrappin' Good Times in San Dimas, is the place to get all your scrapbooking products! Our Employees and Design Team members contribute to this blog. Feel free to make comments on any of the postings. Thank you, The Scrappin' Good Times Team ________________________________ Hey, we've been nominated again this year! Thanks to all of your votes we're number 1! Best Scrapbooking in the Los Angeles area WE'VE WON!!! Thanks to everyone who Voted! You've made a difference!

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