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CHA Winter 2013: Lawn Fawn

Lawn Fawn was a ray of sunshine at CHA Winter 2013 (and we needed one in the freezing cold in Anaheim). The booth was well-designed, bright and full of color, giving a summer feeling to the display.

New for CHA Winter 2013, Lawn Fawn now offers coordinating dies to some of their stamp sets. Combine this with their two new paper collections, three new Lawn Trimmings and some fun new stickers and their new introductions are sure to make customers very happy.

This is just a few of the coordinating dies that match the Lawn Fawn stamp sets, called Lawn Cuts:

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Anyone for a fortune cookie? How about a mason jar filled with some goodies?

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I was so excited to see more sizes in their clear stamping blocks. They have a great grip for your fingers.

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The new Lawn Fawn Trimmings are so refreshing: Lemon, Pink Lemonade and Lime.

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One of Lawn Fawn’s new paper collections for spring/summer is the Pink Lemonade collection:

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Another new Lawn Fawn collection is called Daphne’s Closet:

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All Lawn Fawn products are proudly made in the USA.


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From Trend to Staple | Decorative Tape and Baker’s Twine

Trends have come and gone ever since the advent of modern scrapbooking, but sometimes a trend sticks around long enough to move out of the fad stage and become a staple. We’ve seen it happen with many supplies and motifs over the years (clouds, woodgrain, and bling are just a few examples). Thinking back to what I saw at CHA Winter 2012, it’s apparent two more once trendy supplies have firmly cemented their staplehood: baker’s twine and decorative or washi tape. These two items were found in many, many booths on the CHA Winter 2012 show floor and will be plentiful this season on store shelves.

You know an item has become a staple when We R Memory Keepers adds it to their lineup of basic embellishments. This season both tape and twine join the ranks of brads and other staple items on We R’s rainbow wall of embellishments.

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