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Archive | July 30, 2010

Paperclipping Roundtable #30: CHA Summer 2010

This week on the Roundtable, we talked CHA, CHA and more CHA! Christine Urias and I called into the Roundtable live from the CHA Summer 2010 trade show in Rosemont (Chicago), Illinois to talk about all the latest trends and products that were on display.

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Unity Partners With Signature Designers

Unity Stamp Company’s booth at CHA Summer 2010 was almost half devoted to the company’s new signature stamp lines – a reflection of the growing trend in the industry of relying on signature names to promote products.

Previously, Unity had released a small number of signature stamps designed by Donna Downey. At CHA Summer 2010, they were showing stamps by Downey, Melody Ross, Scrapbook Royalty, Cosmo Cricket, Suzi Blu, and Samantha Walker.

In addition to the signature lines Unity’s new lines also include two other trendy options: a large selection of journaling stamps and a line of Itty Bitty stamps that retail for $5.


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