Everything seems to be getting miniature in scrapbooking – like embellishments, and paper designs – and albums are no exception. We R Memory Keepers has on display in Anaheim a new version of their classic leather ring binder album that is only 4×4 in size!
Scrapbook Update has confirmed that many online retailers have begun receiving notices informing them that they will no longer be allowed to purchase Project Life products wholesale. The notice is effective immediately.
According to a representative for Becky Higgins LLC, in the future only online retailers that also have a retail store presence will be allowed to purchase Project Life products for resale. In addition to those stores, Two Peas In A Bucket and Amazon will continue carrying the line along with the company’s own soon-to-launch online store. The line is also sold online via HSN’s website as part of their promotional partnership and that will not change.
Brother is at CHA 2014 in Anaheim showing off their new die cutting (and scanning) machine called the Scan-n-Cut. This machine is the craft industry’s first die cut machine that has a built in scanner, allowing users to scan something and then die cut it out. It also has the ability to attach pens to create sketch drawings of a scanned item.
Brother Scan-n-Cut is a standalone machine that does not require a computer to operate. A version of the machine is available on Amazon currently for an MSRP of $399, but the version shown at CHA will have a somewhat higher MSRP.