Archive | July 14, 2009

Paperclipping Newsbreak #9: Big Name No-Shows at CHA

This week, in Paperclipping Newsbreak #9, Noell and I talk about what the effect will be of all the big companies who are no-showing CHA-Summer as exhibitors. We also talk about excitement and  controversy surrounding the introduction of ProvoCraft’s new Cricut tool, the Gypsy, and a bit of other news. The show is now available for listening or download on the Paperclipping Newsbreak site, or at the links below.

(Show notes for the episode are available on the Paperclipping website at the link above.)

Download Episode 9 of Paperclipping Newsbreak (Right click and select “save as…”, then you can listen on your computer)


Donna Salazar to design for Pinecone Press

Donna Salazar logoTwo weeks ago, Donna Salazar announced that she was leaving Prima to design a signature line at another company. However, at the time she didn’t name the company that would be unveiling her new line at CHA-Summer.

Now that CHA sneak peek time is in full swing, Salazar has started to unveil sneak peeks of her new line on her blog, and has named the company that she is working with. The company she has signed with is Pinecone Press, which is known primarily as a book publisher but has also been producing papers for use in their kit products.

Pinecone Press and Salazar are also working in a partnership with Zutter in producing her products, some of which are designed to coordinate or be compatible with Zutter products. The two companies will be running a joint booth at CHA-Summer in Orlando, in booths #1348 and #1352.