12 Days of Giving

When you step inside the Spellbinders™ booth at CHA, it’s as if you’ve travelled back in time into a glamorous, Victorian mansion….filled with lace and jewelled treasures.

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These displays were showcases for Spellbinders “A Gilded Life Studio” , a mixed media product line for jewellery making, home decor, embellishments, paper crafts and so forth.

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A vintage dress form made from dress patterns! Fabulous!

Spellbinders also introduced a new collection of Shapeabilities™ dies that are trendy and smaller in size, called “In’Spire”…..the anchor, birds on wire, feathers, typewriter etc.

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The other new Shapeabilities collection is called “Create-A-Flower”, die sets of petals and flower pieces that you build to create beautiful realistic 3D flowers, which I didn’t photograph, but you’ll see on the Spellbinders website and blog in the upcoming weeks.

One of the most exciting products newly released by Spellbinders is their new “Tool n’ One”, a portable tool that performs multiple craft functions, including piercing, folding, paper removal, inking, distressing, curling, and more. At CHA, it won a Top Hot 20 award!

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Of course there were loads of fantastic dies on display…

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Plus, M-Bossabilities and Impressabilities and Nestabilities…

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Lots of wonderful cards and scrapbook layouts were on display as well.

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Well, is this enough die cutting and paper crafting and  jewellery-making inspiration for you? To see even more Spellbinders products, please click HERE and visit their website and blog.

kellyClick HERE to visit Kelly Klapstein’s blog.

 

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  1. Michelle Paddick Marks Reply

    Wow ! think I’ve “die’d and gone to heaven. What a gorgeous display!!!!

  2. Diane Young Reply

    Can you imagine the size of venue that would be needed if they opened CHA up to the public! There would be shopping riots!!

  3. That must have been a huge booth to include not even everything they had on display! I clipped the shelves mounted inside the picture frames. How creative!