Very remote CHA reporter Melissa Kaiserman here. I'm so stinking jealous of incredibly happy for Tina & Emilie, two of our roving reporters who are on the scene. They were gracious enough to send along a few of their favorite bites of eye candy. Yum! Let's dig in!
First up, from Pink Paislee's booth:
Such feminine papers and design. I'd like to take the layout as-is and replace the pictures with ones of my daughter. Wouldn't her blueberry eyes just pop?
Love, love, LOVE this color scheme! We're moving in two weeks (yikes!) and my mind has been whirring with ideas of how to incorporate red and blue together. Can't wait! I'm impressed by how the patterns on the brown and red papers work really well together in such close proximity.
Next, featuring Cosmo Cricket:
Speaking of Cosmo Cricket, I get a good chuckle out of the saying on their blog banner: "If we were meant to pop out of bed, we'd all sleep in toasters." Forgive me if I'm the last person on earth to have heard that one, but I love it. :)
Here's a new company - Nikki Sivils, Scrapbooker. I would describe her products as a little bit whimsical.
Look! More blue and red together!
The Nester might call that second paper Lampapalooza. Don't know who The Nester is? You should find out. But don't go there until you're done here, okay?
Can you just picture some Paperkins sitting on those couches? I kid, I kid. These papers are very unique. I can't wait to see them in person!
Wasn't that fun to get a few peeks from our team? Make sure you check back throughout the day, because we'll be adding more from roving reporters Lain Ehmann and Angie Lucas.
In the meantime, speaking of favorites... A few weeks ago while hosting the blog, I shared that a brand new ATG gun had been sitting untouched in the back of my scrap cupboard for over two months. Some of you wondered what in the world it was, but those of you who own one urged me to crack open the box and use it. Thank you. There was no reason for me to be intimidated by it, because it's so easy to use. And not only have I scrapbooked with it, but just other day I used it to repair several damaged children's books that have (I'm embarassed to say) been sitting in our storage room for a few years. I can't wait to see in what other ways it comes to the rescue!