CHA Recap

The SBE team is back from CHA and filled with scrapping inspiration. (There’s nothing like going to California in January to get midwesterners rejuvenated and ready to focus on their favorite hobby.) We saw so many new products that we love and can’t wait to buy, I wanted to stop by and share some of my favorites.


I’ve always liked Bella Blvd.‘s products, but their new chipboard letters and accents might be my favorite thing they’ve done.


More and more scrapbook manufacturers are delving into fabric. I loved this AdornIt line when it was paper, and it’s just as cute in fabric form.


I’m fascinated by Clearsnap’s Smooch, and the new colors are so pretty!


BoBunny’s layered accents are an easy way to add dimension to a scrapbook page or card.


Cosmo Cricket‘s releases were adorable, as were the projects in their booth, such as this watering can filled with paper flowers.


I am totally on board with the butterfly trend, and I love this elegant (glittered) die cut paper by Anna Griffin.


BasicGrey‘s new releases are at the top of my must-have list, but these sweet canvas accents were my favorite.


And this sheet from October Afternoon is my Favorite Paper Ever. I loved everything in their Thrift Shop line, but this paper showing a map of central London (where I studied abroad) has stolen my heart. I’m debating between framing it and hanging it on a wall or using it as the title page in my London album. Either way, it’s a must-have for me!

What new products are on your must-have list?

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3 Responses to “CHA Recap”

  1. I can’t wait to get the new line from Jillibean Soup, Old World Cabbage Soup! There is so many new, exciting products out!

  2. i am anxious to get the new basics lines from basic grey, all of SEI’s new stuff, and last but not least, all of crate’s new lines as well. if i didn’t already have it, i’d also really want studio calico’s new stuff. yum.

  3. I am with you on the butterfly page from Anna Griffin. Very classy. Looking at the Adornit quilt makes me wish I had a little one (and the time) to make such a neat quilt. Thanks for the pictures.