I only had a couple of hours of free time to walk the Craft and Hobby Association show. Most of my time was spent in the iLoveToCreate Bloggers’ Lounge. Click here to see the recaps I did for the iLoveToCreate blog of our booth! I was able to capture a lot of eye candy while there. When I was away from the booth; however, I didn’t have much time to really dive into each booth, I just took photos that were bright, colorful and instantly caught my eye like the quote art above from Me and My Big Ideas. I love it so! Here’s some more crafty captures I caught around the show floor…I try to attribute each, but admittedly, I didn’t get the names of each of the booths. I’ll have to be better about that next time!
Glittery bullesye from the Art Glitter Booth created by Barbara Trombley. It was so pretty and sparkly!
And these pillows and trims just make me swoon!
You can’t go wrong with zippers and flowers and this wall art display by Maya Road was just fabulous! I found a bigger picture here.
Lion Brand Yarn always has a lot on visual display. I loved this circle sculpture art and…
this art dress against a square patterned quilt.
Their selection of yarns was pretty radly displayed too!
This library card cabinet was so pretty when it reflected against the red carpet. It was in the Ideaology booth.
They also had a lot of vintage knicknacks. I really want this mini bowling pin set!
These paper flowers on display also caught my eye. They are so pretty in big clusters!
Heidi Swapp’s booth was the raddest scrapbooking stuff in all of CHAland! Seriously, I feel like she gets my style (or should it be the other way around)?
I love the rainbow of colors of these scrapbook albums! And one of the coolest things I got to take home? A bagful of pop beads from the Beadery!
Hope this helped give you a mini tour of what I saw! It’s so hard to capture everything; however, I did find one Flickr user who did just that. If you want to see more pics from the CHA show, visit Shopping Diva’s Flickr stream.
Until next time Swellions!