Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Back from CHA....

Hey everyone, didja miss me...huh did ya!?!?  LOL! 

We have officially moved into our new home, my scraproom is not finished but I have it set up so it's functionable---which is good enough for me.  ;) 

Last week I had the pleasure of going to CHA (craft & hobbie association trade show) I got a sneak peek of all the new products coming out for scrapbooking and card making.  Now I had a lot of favorites, but there is one little fun tool that really stuck out to me.  I thought I would share it with you all...

It's called Sew Easy, it's made by We R Memory Keepers....and I am in love.  Not run off to Vegas love, but you know what I mean, right???

The initial tool will retail for $7.95 and the interchangeable thingies (yes, that is a technical term) will only be $2.50.   Sweet deal right!?!?  I though so.  So you want to see pictures, right.  Of course you do.

But before I show you pictures, I just want to say I played with this cool little tool at CHA for awhile.  I know it says pierces on the packaging...but the wheels are plastic and they "dent" the paper but they do not pierce it.  They are more of just little guides.

Are those stitches super cute, or what?  I know some of you are super D duper sewers and would have no need for something like this....but I am not that girl and this is just what I need. 

I promise to start posting projects again very soon.  Pinky promise ;)



That looks awesome!! I think it would be great to have because I ♥ stitching on layouts.


This looks really neat!!! Does it make the holes and then you use a white pen like the signo to draw in the lines? Can't wait to see how it works :-)


It doesn't actually puncture the paper, just puts a dent in it so you could either go back with a poker & gel pen or use the thread they are going to sell to sew it with a needle.


These are great! I didn't realize there were so many different patterns to choose from...oh no!


Looks like fun! I've never tried sewing on my projects - I have a sewing machine but it RARELY comes out of the basement! And who can resist collecting interchangeable thingies?!


COOL!!!!! I have always wanted to try sewing on my projects. I am not a sewer either and I would love this tool. Thanks for sharing!!!!


So let me get this straight. This make a guide for you to go back and stitch with thread or make marks with a pen? What a great idea to get it even! Who comes up with this stuff??? I wish I could think this stuff up. Thanks for sharing. I will be looking for this tool for sure.


This is an awesome tool!!!! I can't wait to get my hands on one. My sewing isn't great either. In fact, it's pretty bad! LOL


OMG.. I soooo gotta get those. I'm NOT much of a sewer either. :) Thanks for sharing..

Wendy aka Bling Queen

Ok-Love the look of this tool.. looking for update to blog>

Celeste B.

OOOOOOOH!!! Those look amazing!!


Those tools are so cool I've never seen them. Can't wait to see how you use them!! Take Care!! Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/