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New Scrapbooking Product Releases – CHA Summer 2010

Here are some more sneak peeks that have been showing up around the web in preparation for CHA Summer 2010!  See our past posts on this subject here.

Cosmo Cricket has so many exciting designs being released this CHA, it is hard to choose just one to show here.  Shown below is from the "Wanted" line, "Ready Set Chip." I love the cowboy theme which we are seeing influences in home decor and fashion as well.

Hero Arts has been showing a few peeks of their new stamp designs.  Shown below is a peek from their new Holiday line.

Prima has been showing a lot of new items on their blog here. Shown below is a delicate-looking "Clementine Rose Ribbon," and you'll have to check out the new new blank canvas purse/albums and alterable floral necklaces too.

Spellbinders ™ has announced that they have partnered with eight different stamp design companies to to design stamps to coordinate with their Nestabilities ®, Shapeabilities ® and other die templates.  The designers will be: DONNA-SALAZAR, Flourishes, Gina K Designs, Heartfelt Creations, JustRite Stampers, Layers of Color, StampingScrapping and Waltzingmouse Stamps. Also part of their new CHA releases are 36 new template designs.  See one set of "Antiquities" below.

New from Reminisce is "Making the Grade," shown below.

3M announces the new Scotch® Advanced Tape Glider in pink, which you can see below. For every Scotch glider purchased through July of 2011, 3M will donate $1.20 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, with a minimum donation of $25,000.

This new rotary "Stitch Piercer" from We R Memory Keepers creates perfectly aligned holes on your paper that can easily be stitched up. 

New from Melissa Frances, is "Home for the Holidays," shown below.

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