I started the morning teaching a great page class at the Prima booth:
After class I wandered a bit and found myself at Bella Blvd.
The Fancy Pants booth was next for me:
The Pink Paislee booth blew me away!
I took a million photos at the October Afternoon booth:
TPC Studios is a company that I know nothing about.
They're chipboard frames. But the innovation is that they sell clear templates that match the frames exactly, so you can always get perfect patterned paper coverage! And while we were there, we decided to look a little further:
I tried to go by the Graphic 45 booth several times...
There were a few non-paper related vendors. One that I liked was Nunn Designs.
I have always liked the way that Harmonie sells their ribbon:
Things were slow enough at the Girls' Paperie booth that I even got to do a make-and-take! We made these cute little paper treat bags:
I buzzed through the Idea-ology booth next:
Maya Road always has fun stuff and fabulous design team projects!
Canvas Corp is a company I discovered and really liked last CHA, so I wandered in to see what was new:
I subscribe to the Melissa Frances blog. Even though I don't do it, I adore the shabby chic look!
Basic Grey is back, baby!
Speaking of vintage yumminess, the 7gypsies booth always makes my heart flutter!
The Webster's Pages booth was my very last stop:
Thanks for stopping by!