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Now that CHA is underway, does anyone have great sneak peeks to share? I seem to recall a blog that listed them all, but can't remember the name. Papercrafts magazine has been putting up quite a few photos on FB.
I saw a new line from Simple Stories called 24/7. Yippee! I LOVE the SS lines!
A great way to see what's new is to go to youtube. Type in: winter cha 2013. Companies upload daily. I've seen Tim Holtz demo products, Spellbinders new awesome
stuff, and countless types of paper,embellishments etc. My advice is to keep paper and pen handy! I always make wish lists as I am watching these videos!
Sookwang tape is the best for envelopes. You would need the 3 mm or 1/8 inch size. It is a double sided tape for those of you who don't know this product. I have used it for years. It comes in all sorts of sizes. It is available in most craft stores ( not Michaels). You can also get a version of this at some dollar stores. I have about 5 different sizes on hand, as I use it for cards, ATC's, envelopes...
One of the things I plan to get is the Envelope Punch Board...
If you're making your envelopes and you'll use them at a later date, Green Sneakers makes a glue that is remoistenable just like the glue that is on the commercially made envelope that you buy where you lick the envelope flap edge to seal it closed.
I tried at least five times to post a link to their website (greensneakers.com) but the SCS site page would black out, so at least here's the name of their site if you'd like to read about this product.
WRMK has a real hit with this envelope maker, justifyably so - very handy tool. On my must haves for CHA Winter 2013...
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