CHA re-cap 10 of 10 & a ** Giveaway! **

 Have you heard about Charity Wings ? I'm sure you have, on Face book, at a scrapbook event or just here and there.
The head of Charity Wings is my good friend Elena Lai Etcheverry. She is SO talented, sweet, kind and a true friend. I'm honored to know her and contribute to her events whenever I can. It's the least I can do for all her hard work. Please sign up for the Charity Wings Newsletter! So much great stuff!
 Here she is sporting some stunning wings created by Grace Lauer. Whom hand cut the fringe on each individual feather! Do you see the sparkling chandelier crystals she put into the wings?

 See the wings from behind.
And with a quick pull of a cord, the wings expand!


CHA re-cap 9 of 10 !

Saving the best for 2nd to last! I simply loved everything in the 7 Gypsies booth! From altered bird houses to mini books. I hope you have liked all my CHA recaps for this month! Please visit them all and leave me some happy comments. :) Tomorrow is my last CHA recap complete with a giveaway!
See you then!


CHA re-cap 8 of 10 , Meeting my favorite designers!

 One my favorite things to do at CHA is to meet the people that inspire!
Here I am with Eileen Hull, with her new Sizzix designs! I have been blogging for Eileen for a couple of years now, communicating back and forth by email. This was our first face to face meet! I was very happy as she's as nice in person as she is online. :)

Here I am with Dee Gruenig, Molly Walsh, Tiffany De Gough

Cheryl Waters,  Eva Koyama,   Genevieve Rodriguez

Sandi Genovese,  Grace Lauer Jennifer Priest

Mark Montano,  Julie McGuffee, Carmen Shannon

Friends Susan Blakely and Jaime Albano,  Trudy Sjolander

Theresa CifaliTerri Sproul,   Wendy Crafts

Thanks for coming by, please visit all the links for amazing inspiration!


CHA re-cap 7 of 10

Don't you just love those paper birds from Die Cuts with a View? Or the zippered pouches from Basic Grey?
Only 3 more recaps to go, then on to picking someone to get one of my custom Craft aprons!


CHA re-cap 6 of 10

So here is another smattering of photos from CHA! Only 4 more posting to go...the last being the custom craft apron giveaway! You can see details on how to win here.
Now about these photos....
The boy and girl prom outfits were made entirely of Duct Tape! You should totally check out last years creations here and enter for your chance to win great products this March!
The gelato was free and served in the cutest little cups. I have a dairy intolerance so I had to settle for the decadent chocolate cake while my friend had the coconut. :)
I love the altered bottles and see that purple dress? Made entirely of the ribbing of paper plates and then painted purple. Don't you also just love the matching Mosaic purple shoes?
~ Don't forget to leave a comment and I'll see you again with CHA re-cap #7!


Butterfly Crown Cupcake Holder

 My Birthday was this last weekend, so I made this cupcake liner (above) to match the Tiara I made below for CHA and my Birthday. Don't you just love them both?
If you'd like to see how I made them both, please visit The Robins Nest blog for more information. :)


CHA re-cap 5 of 10

One of most favorite creations to come across at CHA was THIS booth designed by Connie Crystal. Just check out the gorgeous dresses!


Leslierahye's Very Steampunk Valentine Blog Hop

Welcome to Leslierahye's Very Steampunk Blog Hop!  In this hop we are celebrating Valentines Day - Steampunk style! I used a collection of sizzix dies, vintage clipart, Stickles, back ground stamps and The Robins Nest  Dew Drops to make my creations. I made the above card for a card swap and the 3 ATC's below, just for me! * Top Hat Stamp can be found here.
Please click on ATC's for more detail! :)
My giveaway for this hop is what you see below. 10 ATC chipboard blanks and a assortment of Steampunk die cuts for you to play with! I will pick a winner from this post on February 15th.
Please visit the rest of the designers below for more Valentine Steampunk creations!

CHA recap- 4 of 10

As some of you know, I'm on my 2nd year blogging weekly for The Robins Nest!
I really love all their glitter embossed papers,glittered chip boards and dew drops!
I'm in crafting heaven!
This past CHA, I did a demo on the first day, Sunday.
We made Paris luggage tags from their new travel line.

 50% of the booth displays were made by myself and the other designers that post on The Robins Nest blog. This beautifully adorned box below was created by Robin-one of the owners. Isn't lovely?

 Love these Dew Drops!

 Here is Mother/Daughter owners, Robin and Rachel.

 I wore a crown I made with The Robins Nest Glittered Chipboards! I received many compliments from it!
Please visit the rest of the CHA post, at the end of this month, I'm having a giveaway! :)


CHA recap 3 of 10

One of the great things about going to CHA is seeing all the new designers and their amazing creations. This booth was called AluMosaics. All these mosaics were created by Jeff Ivanhoe, from little squares of soda cans! Please click on any photo for close up detail.

He now sells his instructional DVD on his website, showing you the fundamental basics of making your own mosaics from aluminium cans! Don't for get to visit all the posting this month for a chance to win a craft apron!


CHA recap - 2 of 10

 So here's day 2 of my CHA photos to share! When you are done looking at these, please visit post #1 for giveaway information! Here we have a amazing Day of The Dead Skull, decorated with Viva Decor.
Sorry if the photos are little fuzzy, the skull was rotating on a motorized base.

 These next photos are from the Graphic 45 booth. I just love their line of vintage anything and Butterfly's!

That's all for now, see you tomorrow!


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