So, this is my last day at the show. To get back to the U.P. of Michigan from anywhere, you usually need to leave early! It's been fun to see so many of my friends and cyber-buddies, and the temperatures here are not too shabby either. Alas, my family is in "the Tundra," as Benjamin calls the U.P., so that's where my heart is. I wanted to share just a few more pictures from late yesterday and earlier this afternoon.
First, many of you know and love Marianne Walker, Copic's Product Specialist. I caught her coloring a very large piece today and wanted to show you.
Sorry for the camera angle here, but click to enlarge and see what she was working on. (She started yesterday, and it is a printed sheet of artwork.)
Maya Road always has fabulous projects at their booth. I took a picture of their make and take. That heart shape is like an huge bottle-cap--pretty neat!
You know how Copic Markers and Tsukineko's Memento inks go together--like macaroni and cheese, or peanut butter and jelly? (Yes, I'm hungry!) There are twelve new Memento colors now.
I really liked this line of stamps by Impression Obsession--realistic plants are one of my favorites to both draw and color. Do any of you Southerners spy the dogwood stamps? I grew up with dogwoods growing wild in the woods--love them!
At the EKSuccess both, they were making these fabulous little felted wool animals using a two-part mold of some sort; I tried to get a video, but that wasn't permitted. They didn't mind my posting a picture however. If felting is your thing, you'd love these!
That's all I have from CHA--hope you enjoyed it!