Warning... this is a pretty photo intensive post.... It took me some time to get it altogether, but I have the final wrap-up of the 2010 CHA conference.
First, Spellbinders introduced the Presto Punch. This battery and AC powered punch comes with dies similar to Nestabilities. It punches and embosses and at 3 lbs, is easy to toss in your crop bag and carry with you. Here's the video:
I also had a great time hanging out at the Provocraft booth. They… Continue
Added by Susanna Boyd on January 31, 2010 at 6:30pm —
Cricut is moving into the cake decorating business. Yep, you heard me. They have come up with a new cutter that slices through fondant with the same ease as the traditional Cricut cuts through paper. Think about this... you can create baby shower invitations and then use that same cartridge to create a coordinating cake. Seriously.…
Wow. What I learned today was that the line between traditional paper crafting and technology is getting blurrier and blurrier. Perhaps that's why I love it more today than ever... I've always been a "gadgeteer".
I was blessed to finally meet Nicki, from Clear and Simple Stamps. Nicki and I have been online friends for a little while, but it's really nice to have a face to put with the name and… Continue
It's that time of year again! The Craft and Hobby Association (CHA) Supershow starts today. For the next several days, all the new products coming to market will be demonstrated and displayed for potential buyers.
Several our members will be at the Show this year and we are all banding together to make sure that all the latest and greatest tools and techniques are shared here on Paper Craft Planet. Already, we have an album of pics up from just today! Make sure you check out the… Continue
Added by Susanna Boyd on January 21, 2010 at 10:30pm —
A weekend of various tech troubles and my son's 10th birthday, but Scrappy Sunday is now up!!! I'm so sorry for the delay... some weeks are just like that I guess.
This sketch is a simple one that can be adapted to digital or traditional scrapping. The sketch is designed for 4 pictures and some elements and journaling, or just up the number of pictures for an easy tweak.