Saturday, January 23, 2016

Disney Products at CHA

THIS is a post I did not know I would be making when I started off to the Craft and Hobby Association Trade Show (CHA) this year . . . a collection of all of the things I saw on the show floor that made me think of Disney!

I have included links so you can follow these companies.  Let them know Shawn Mosch sent you!


The first thing I saw that made me think of Disney were these Alice In Wonderland cardstock sheets that you can color in, from Marion Smith.




Marion Smith Website // Blog // Facebook



Next I spotted the paper at the Reminisce, which would be perfect for Frozen projects.


And for your Toy Story projects, or photos from Toy Story Mania at the parks!


They also have another one called Real Magic that was not on display, but I saw it on their website.  Just click HERE to check it out.  

Reminisce Website // Blog // Facebook 



Next up, I spotted some Mickey's in the ClearScrap booth!  Not only do they have Mickey shapes, but an entire Mickey book.  Check it out!




ClearScraps Website // Blog // Facebook // Pinterest



Buttons Galore has some great buttons, but I think my favorites might be the Mickey Mouse balloon shapes! These would look adorable on a scrapbook layout or card.


Buttons Galore website // Blog // Facebook // Pinterest
I have a blog post JUST about Buttons Galore HERE . . . loved their booth!


Now off to Paper Wizard!  There was SO MUCH to see here!  Mickey and Minnie books



A line of stamps!



And here are some of their pre-cut shapes





I had to find some Donald love . . . he is my daughter's favorite.








Really, this is just a small sampling of what they carry.  Check out the links below 
And tell them Shawn Mosch sent you!

Paper Wizard website // Facebook // Pinterest



Have you got Moxxie?  I say that these papers are a MUST for the Disney crafter!



Moxxie website // Blog // Facebook
Again, tell them that Shawn Mosch sent you.  



In the very next booth I found Queen & Co.  and the first thing that caught my eye was the Magic Collection - Around The Park mat stack.  



They also have stickers



And these buttons, that they call "flair"


They were kind enough to donate one of their mat stacks for us to use as a prize in our upcoming Disney Pixar Blog Hop.  If you don't know about this event yet, you can check out the details HERE.  Basically, it will be a day of enjoying Disney themed crafting projects and inspiration!

Queen & Co. website // Facebook // Pinterest



This next photo is of a project that was on display at the Heartfelt Creations booth.  I liked how they used all of these different elements, along with the phrase "You Can Fly" and a picture of a boy in a Peter Pan hat.


Even though the paper and elements are not truly Disney items, it still gives the feel of Disney because of the phrase.

Heartfelt Creations website // Blog // Facebook // Pinterest


Now check THIS out!  Rolls and rolls of Disney themed Duck Tape!




Duck Tape website // Facebook // Pinterest


Here is a cute little Mickey Mouse shaker card I found in the Cheery Lynn Designs booth.  One great thing about Mickey is that you don't really need a special die to create him . . . three circles is all you need.



                              Cheery Lynn Designs website // Blog // Facebook // Pinterest


Next up . . . Disney stamps from Scrapbook Customs.  These are perfect for adding a touch of Disney to any of your cards.


They also have adorable Disney stickers and papers.




Scrapbook Customs website // Facebook


There were some products at the Pebbles booth that reminded me of Frozen, including stamps, stickers and papers.


Pebbles website // Blog // Facebook // Pinterest

It is so much fun to find others that love the magic of Disney!  If you want even more Disney crafting fun, make sure to join us in just 2 weeks for our first Disney Pixar Blog Hop of 2016.  


If you would like to join the Facebook group for these hops, just click HERE.  That way you will be among the first to know when we are planning the next hop.  We are hoping to have one every other month this year.


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