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New Scrapbooking Product Releases – CHA Summer ’09

CHA Summer 2009 officially begins tomorrow, July 28th.  Manufacturers are now switching modes, from sneak peeks of new items to full fledged reveals!  Here are some more reveals that we have yet to showcase.

Adornit‘s "Boy Birthday" line is shown below.  For more of their new products, please click here.

New products from Bella Blvd include the sneak peek of "Camped Out" collection shown below.  For more, please click here.

New releases from Bo Bunny can be seen on their blog.  Shown below is a sticker set from the "Kitchen Spice" line.  I love kitchen-themed scrapbooking supplies – they are great for making your own recipe books!

Cornish Heritage Farms shows their newest stamp design from the Thomas Kincaid collection.  "Christmas Moonlight" would be perfect for making your own Christmas cards.

Creative Imaginations talks about their classes that will be running at CHA here.  There are also project peeks.  Lots of new lines are coming out which can also be seen on their blog.  Shown below is "Celebrate Me" designed by Christine Adolph and Marah Johnson.

New items from Darkroom Door include these stamps, "Yuletide Vol.2," designed by Rachel Greig.  Another item to get you started on making Christmas cards this year! See more reveals on their blog.

Lots of new items from Dream Street include "Sam" by Lara Ellingson.  Shown below is "Seasons of Change" from this collection.  To see more of their new lines, please click here.

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One Comment

  1. Vianna
    July 27th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I really appreciate that you’re compiling a list of the various companies/products that will exhibit at CHA – thank you! Because it’s opened to the public (finally!) this year and because it’s practically in “my own back yard” I will be able to attend this CHA. I’m very excited, indeed, and I am compiling my own list of manufacturers I need to check out and people I want to see, so I appreciate everything you do in this respect.
    One more added thought: Because I also work digitally, would you consider at some point a Scrap Scene column addressing these types of products? I’m sure once the word gets out, many of the companies/designers will contact you themselves and provide excellent input for the column.You could have a Digital link on the sidebar too … Just a thought.
    Thank you again for everthing you do. I love the informational content of your website/blog and have been following for years.

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