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CHA Sneak Peeks & a Nifty Little Tool

I want to share a few new lines that will be debuting at CHA next weekend.

First up we have my always favorite company, BoBunny. They have sooo many cute new lines coming out its not even funny! My favorite two are Flutter Butter and Gypsy. There are several other lines as well as two Christmas collections, St. Nick and Tis the Season, and a Halloween collection, Boo Crew. One of the exciting things BoBunny is adding to their collections this year are die cut papers. Fun!!

Flutter Butter is reminiscent of Abbey Road (which we all know is my favorite paper line). Here are some select papers from the collection.

Do the colors in the Gypsy collection look familiar? I cannot wait to get my hands this line and make a new header for the blog. How cute will that be?

One of my other favorite scrapbook companies is Little Yellow Bicycle. They have several new collections they will be debuting at CHA as well. One of my faves is Sharon Ann Autumn Bliss. I love the warm tones. One of the best things about LYB is the amount and variability of items them put in their collections. We’re talking from cardstock to brads to transparencies to rub-ons. Your imagination will never cease of things to do with their products simply because they give you so much to work with! Here’s a sneak peek at Autumn Bliss…
BLI 101
BLI 107
BLI 109
BLI 300

Now for that nifty little tool I mentioned in the title… Have you seen the new I-Top Brad-Making Tool from Imaginisce? You can make your own brads out of whatever your heart desires. I saw this tool and some samples brads when I was at Archiver’s a couple of weeks ago. There were brads made out of photos, fabric, and paper.
It could get pricey getting all of the gadgets that go along with the I-Top tool (punches, brads, templates), but if you really like brads and custom brads at that, you might want to invest in this tool!

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