More CHA fun! … Without further ado, here’s #1-5 of my top ten cool stuff at CHA 2010:
#5. Grungepaper Coat: Great patchwork coat made from scrapbooking Grungepaper. Check out the fab flowers on the detail photo!
#4. Petaloo Color Me Crazy: Fun paper, cotton, velvet and mulberry flowers to color and decorate for all your creative projects!
Take a closer look at some of what you can do with these flowers. I’d love to embellish some wearable art with Color Me Crazy flowers. What would you do with them?
Lots of pigment, brilliant colors, and permanent with no heat setting required. Can be used for many different techniques.
Want a fun surface to paint on? Try these nifty canvas books! They’re ready for your creative touch.
#2. Rabinowitz Design Workshop‘s Waxmelter Electric Batik Pen: How fun is this? Melt crayon bits or batik wax to make fabulous fiber art or scrapbook pages.
Drum roll, please … The most wonderful thing I found at CHA, the best thing ever for applique-quilters since fusible web …
hands and scissor free applique!
#1. Making Memories‘ Slice Craft Cutter: Why should scrapbookers have all the fun? Now the fantastic Slice craft cutter can cut fusible fabric appliques!
Place fusible-backed fabric and the Slice cutter onto the magnetic board, select your design, size, press the button and …
Voila! Fusible applique piece ready to be ironed to your background fabric. (Note: The Slice cutter does not dye your appliques and change their color for you. Two different fabrics are shown in these two photos.) And here’s a tea towel to show off the quick and easy Slice applique project. Want to see the Slice in action? (you know you do!) Check out this video from the Making Memories blog.)
That’s all for CHA 2010! Thanks for joining me! ^_^