Celebrating new favorites from CHA

by | Scrapbooking Supplies | 2 comments

For today’s Celebrate Monday post, I’ll be sharing some of the (not-yet-available) new papers, embellishments and tools I’m drooling over. While the Simple Scrapper team couldn’t make it to CHA Winter 2011 this year, we’ve been keeping close tabs on all the new products for scrapbooking that will soon hit your favorite stores. Note – You can click on any image to enlarge it!

American Crafts

Hello Sunshine

Peachy Keen

Crate Paper

Emma’s Shoppe


Cosmo Cricket


Tiny Type

Little Yellow Bicycle


Maya Road

Ledger transparencies

My Mind’s Eye

Stella & Rose

Pink Paislee

Hometown Summer

Prima Marketing

Stitched Words

Sassafras Lass

Ellie’s Tale

Studio Calico


State Fair

Have you been “watching” the CHA coverage on Twitter and the blogs? What new products have caught your eye?

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  1. Candi1973 in Colorado

    Okay now…your making me drool!!!!!! CHA is the best time of year (well, second to Christmas). I must say, I want it ALLLLLL. However, I know that isn’t practical, but I have started making my “must-have” wish list. Therefore, when these items hit the shelves, I’ll already know what I HAVE to get.

    Thanks for sharing. I was hanging out with Making Memories and a few other companies over the weekend living vicariously through them while they were at CHA. I actually won a FABULOUS collection from Making Memories just by hanging out on their blog. 🙂

    Fun stuff!

  2. Tammy D

    The thing I’m happiest about is the colors! Spring lines usually means pastels, but so many of the lines this time around have great saturated jewel tones. I’m loving the vintage October Afternoon travel line and Crate’s Toy Box. Basic Grey’s Hello Luscious caught my eye. And Prima’s new mistables look cool. And the scrapbooking allowance pretty much stops there. 🙂



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