Posted by Katie smith / 1/20/2015 / 2 Comments / cha
Top 5 Favorite New Products from CHA.
I actually posted this on the Indie Crafts blog yesterday, but these are some really awesome new products and I wanted to share it with you guys here as well.
Today I wanted to share with you my favorite new products I saw at CHA. There were so many cool new things, but I don't want to have a ridiculously huge blog post, so I'm sharing my top 5 here.
Artistic Wire 3D Bracelet Jig
First up- The Artistic Wire 3D Braclet Jig by Beadalon. I don't make jewelry all that often, but I would definitely make more bracelets if I had this! You can create bangle bracelets, cuff bracelets, and add curved components! Your bracelets end up perfectly round using the jig, which I think is amazing!
Amazing Remelt Mold
The Amazing ReMelt Mold by Alumilite was pretty amazing. It is an FDA compliant, completely re-usable, flexible mold making material. You just warm the material until it is completely liquid, then pour your mold. Once cooled, flex the remelt to remove your newly poured rubber mold! Once you're done with that mold, you can simply remelt it to reuse it in the future! You can use it with resin, chocolate, fondant, plaster, etc. I definitely want to play with this mold!!
DIY Decor Tape
The DIY Decor Tape by Hazel and Ruby is one of my absolute favorites! What could be better then giant washi type tapes? DIY Decor Tape is washi tape produced in 4", 8", 2" and 24" rolls. There are 30 different patterns/colors altogether. You can use it to decorate walls, furniture, books, lampshades, scrapbooks and a million other things!
Little B Petal Packs
I thought the Petal Packs by Little B LLC were really neat! Their Little B Petal Kits are a revolutionary new way to create paper flowers! Featuring and exclusive center core system, a center core ring is combined with adhesive backed petals for fast, easy and beautiful flowers! The petals are made from thin, yet durable specialty paper in a variety of colors and realistic flower shapes!
Handwritten Style Fonts
The new Hand Written Style Fonts by Impress Art are pretty cool! I have a basic set of metal stamps, but I love the look of this hand written font. Impress Art's whimsical new stamps sets are evocative of current typography trends. Sets include 26 letters and 7 coordinating bonus stamps. They also come packed in a stylish case with slots for each stamp, making them easy to organize.
Which of these is your favorite? It's a hard choice!