CHA Craft SuperShow
Anaheim Convention Center - Booth 871

Friday, January 22, 2010 • Noon - 8:00 PM
Saturday, January 23, 2010 • 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Stamping Details, with a lot of help from our friends and some of your favorite craft supply companies and teachers, will have a booth at the Craft & Hobby Association's (CHA's) Craft SuperShow – a retail show for consumers! The craft show is January 22-23, 2010, at the Anaheim Convention Center.

Come visit us in Booth 871 and see 24-hours of continuous demonstrations and Make-N-Takes by Beverly Seymour and Susan Mostek of B Line Designs, Nathalie Métivier of Magenta, Kevin Nakagawa of Stampscapes, Michael Strong of Michael Strong Rubber Stamps, Tracy Weinzapfel of Helmar, and Candy Rusmisel of BC Ventures. Plus demonstrations by our staff including Joanne, Clare, and Vicki!

Michael Strong will be showing off a couple of new products, including the premiere of his two new paper collections. Come and see his new Cloisonné Paisleys rubber stamp set and the premiere of his Spring Paisleys collection of 8 1/2 x 11" papers! And we'll also be premiering his new Serendipity collection of 12 x 12" papers!

Be the first to see and try Zapdots, Helmar's newest product which they are introducing at the 69th Annual CHA Winter Convention & Trade Show. Wait a minute! The CHA trade show is after the Craft SuperShow! That means that if you attend you'll be getting a pre-introductory look at Zapdots in the Stamping Details booth at the Craft SuperShow!

But wait, there's more! We'll also have the very latest collections of papers from Graphic 45! They are introducing three new collections at the CHA trade show – these papers won't even be in stores yet! One of the new collections is Le' Romantique: a collection of beautiful pastels, brides and grooms, love and A'more, pearls and butterflies, sophisticated and vintage.

Plus we'll have product from Judikins, Queen & Co., and Marvy craft products from Uchida in our booth!

See our schedule of 24-hours of continuous demonstrations and Make-N-Takes, come in to get a discount coupon worth $5 off the admission price, then join us at the Craft SuperShow!

About Beverly Seymour
Beverly Seymour teaches rubber stamping and other craft techniques throughout the United States, has written Walnut Ink which is published by Design Originals, and is the owner of B Line Designs. She has been rubber stamping for over twenty years and teaching stamping for over ten years.

About Susan Mostek
Susan Mostek has been crafting for as long as she can remember. She fell in love with rubber stamping and paper crafts, a passion which continues to this day. She has taught a variety of paper craft techniques and is a designer for B Line Designs. Her artwork has been featured in publications including The Stampers Sampler, Rubberstampmadness, Crafts 'N Things and a book entitled Fifty Nifty Beaded Cards by Lark Books.

About B Line Designs, LLC
B Line Designs, LLC is a craft supplies company whose current catalog contains over five hundred original rubber stamp designs. Their stamps have a style that is "vintage and elegance with a feminine point of view," and are designed for use on cards, altered books, and scrapbooks. Their product line also includes transparencies, collage paper, books, walnut ink scrapbook paper, walnut ink crystals, and buttons, charms, and trinkets.

About Nathalie Métivier
Nathalie Métivier helped her sister Hélène and brother-in-law Daniel create Magenta Rubber Stamps seventeen years ago. Among her many responsibilities, she is part of the creative team, creating many of their product images, and inventing the "direct-to-paper" coloring technique. She has appeared several times on HGTV's The Carol Duvall Show as well as on Magenta's own videos. She and Leslie Conron Carola authored Magenta Style Paper Magic. Her second book, Magenta Style Paper Enchantments, will be released soon.

About Kevin Nakagawa
While attending college, Kevin Nakagawa took a job at A Stamp in the Hand Co., a rubber stamp manufacturer. It was his first exposure to art rubber stamps. Although he was hired for general production work, he had a few hundred designs in their line by the time he left the company. His designs covered many genres such as holidays and celebrations, but one of the lines that he developed over time was a modular set of nature elements. Nature designs were always around, but most of them were isolated clip art images that worked together only marginally. Nakagawa designed his unique rubber stamp designs in scale with their sibling images, and they are interchangeable and repeatable. In 1992, Nakagawa decided that he was going to start his own rubber stamp company, and started working on the designs. By 1994,he had his first full line of about 75 stamps in production, and his new company, Stampscapes, was off to its start.

About Michael Strong
Michael Strong is a rubber stamp designer and art teacher. He has authored two crafting books, Don't Throw That Away! and Paper Greenhouse, which emphasize his passion for recycling and paper crafting. He travels all over the country teaching and promoting the art of rubber stamping. Strong was a frequent guest on HGTV's The Carol Duvall Show and on The Scrapbook Lounge, an internet-based crafting show.

About Tracy Weinzapfel
In 2006, Helmar Australia, an adhesive company approached Tracy Weinzapfel to represent their company and design projects using their adhesives. Helmar had a variety of top quality adhesives that allowed her to "scrap right off the page," and she worked with them from starting and coordinating their design team, heading their marketing and advertising in the United States to becoming the President of Helmar USA, Inc. in 2009.

Tracy Weinzapfel has been published in a variety of paper crafting publications: Memory Makers, Simple Scrapbooks, Legacy/Somerset, Cantata Books, Scrapbooking & Beyond, Paper Creations, and a variety of crafting idea books.

Weinzapfel is happiest behind her camera capturing life's every amazing second. She lives with a creative edge and knows that art is her calling. When she is not working as a freelance photographer, she is using those photographs in her design business. Most evenings she can be found in her art studio using all mediums (paper, glue, paint, etc.) to scrapbook those precious memories, especially of her three great kids (12 year old son and boy/girl 8 year old twins).

About Candy Rusmisel
Eight years ago Candy Rusmisel took an "iris folding" class and became totally hooked. A couple of years later she started teaching iris folding, but was frustrated by the unavailability of die cuts that are used in the technique. This challenged her to find an automated die cutter used with a computer, and to form a company called BC Ventures and enter the business of custom designed and cut Iris Folding die cuts.

About BC Ventures
BC Ventures has been in business since 2006. Their main goal is to share the joy of creating beautiful iris folded greeting cards. They currently have 80 custom designed die cuts and patterns used to do iris folding which cover all occasions, seasons and interests, and the also have a line of floral foil in 18 different colors. Additionally BC Ventures encourages their clients and customers to create designs; and they will then work together with to turn the designs into custom die cuts.

About CHA Craft SuperShow
Whether you are a beginner crafter or have been doing crafts for years, you will discover something new and exciting at the CHA Craft SuperShow. With the help of expert crafters, it will be easy to try a new craft or learn advanced techniques using interesting products. This is the ultimate craft shopping experience. Discover craft supplies to give your projects that special touch and exceptional handcrafted items to keep for yourself or to give as gifts.

Admission: $20 for 2-days, $15 for 1-day, kids under 10 free with paying adult. Stamping Details and other craft retailers are distributing discount coupon flyers - saving up to $5.00 off the price of tickets.

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