See You at CHA!


Welcome to the CHA MEGA Show Blog Hop!
We are busy getting our new innovations ready to reveal at this CHA Show in January, but they’re still Top Secret for now. We can let you know that, of course, we are expanding our collections of House-Mouse Designs and Dreamweaver Stencils. Here are a couple selections from our favorites!
House-Mouse Designs® Gouda Wish Stamp

Violet Nap Combo
House-Mouse Designs® Violet Nap Stamp

January is our largest product release yet, and we can’t wait to share all the new goodies with you at our CHA booth in January!

As always with a blog hop there is a FANTASTIC prize! Click to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway

When you click the link their are just three entry options to win a Visa gift card prize.
  1. Leave a comment on our blog answering the question – “What is your favorite “can’t live without” craft supply or tool?”
  2. Tweet about the giveaway! Include #CHAshow hashtag and tweet about the CHA blog hop daily for extra entries!
  3. Answer a multiple-choice poll about how often you “cre8time” for crafting  for a double entry value!

31 thoughts on “See You at CHA!

  1. I definitely can’t live without my bypass trimmer from Fiskars! I can’t cut a straight line to save my life, and it’s awesome for making a lot of cards quickly!


  2. My favorite crafting tool would be my stylus. I use it with paper crafts, polymer clay and resin. I couldn’t live without it.


  3. More Housemouse and stencils sounds great, secret innovations sound EXCITING, can’t wait to see and learn MORE!!!
    PS – I can’t live without my self healing craft mat, it is part of every project I create. I use the cutting side to cut, the grid on the cutting side to align and the reverse side for when I am adhering layers together => YES, it is an AWESOME tool!!!


  4. First let me say I never tire of seeing your sweet mice. I have a few in my bathroom …. and as far as products …. one of everything please . . . .


  5. I can’t live without beautiful papers! They can be at the forefront or background of a card, decoupaged for a 3-D project, brought into mixed-media work…. They can set the theme for a small craft project or a large room. I love looking at papers and envisioning how they would work in my home.


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