My Mind’s Eye was one of the CHA Winter 2013 booths with a large icon on display – they decked out a bicycle in washi tape to celebrate the release of their new Decorative Tape Sets, sold in tubes of 8 for $12.99.
We’ve got lots to cover in Noteworthy today! The holidays are coming fast, CHA is coming fast, and companies are announcing new lines right and left!
Love Ranger’s Tim Holtz Distress Ink Seasonal Colors? Well, now you can love them all year round!
My Mind’s Eye is getting a lot of mileage out of some of their old collections with the help of Michael’s Stores!
Melissa Stinson wrote last week about finding the 2011 collection Stella and Rose being produced under Michael’s Recollections brand as a 12×12 paper pad. On my own trip to Michael’s on Friday, I didn’t find the Stella and Rose pad, but I found something else from My Mind’s Eye:
Today there’s a Noteworthy product sneak, a new event announcement, some great statistics, and some fun links!
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Carina Gardner let Carta Bella fans in on a sneak peek at the company’s October 2012 release when she showed a project in progress on her blog the other day:
Some shows there’s so much buzz about specific products that the Hot Picks practically write themselves. This show, however, the standouts were more difficult to pick out from a solid field of offerings at a quiet show in Chicago. But after much consideration, and some difficult decisions about some eliminations to get the list to only ten, here’s the Scrapbook Update Top Ten Hot Picks List for CHA Summer 2012:
Martha Stewart Adhesive Silk Screens by Plaid
I knew as soon as I saw (and tried) this product that it would be a hot pick! These silkscreens are an extension of Plaid’s fabulous line of Martha Stewart acrylic paints and adhesive stencils – and the silkscreens really impress.