We were just working out that it’s around 8 years since we
did our first show at the Craft and Hobby Association in the USA. Not sure
where that time has gone but we have certainly enjoyed taking several
innovative craft (and now cake) products lines over to our US friends over the
The show has got a little smaller now the scrapbook boom
years are behind us, but the term MEGA show is still very apt as it the biggest
craft trade show on earth.
This is how our booth started out
And here is how we finished up.
Smaller than normal so it was a good job we didn’t have the
proverbial cat to swing!
The great thing about moulds is that they are used in so
many different crafts so there is an abundance of possibilities only limited by
your imagination (not a problem here at KSD HQ). We had a great time at the
most creative show on earth and are excited by the opportunities before us,
starting with the first of our Steampunk mould collection which launches on
Tune in to Create and Craft TV (UK) at 9am to see Noreen demonstrating with the new collection!
The new moulds featured on this amazing canvas are the Cogs and Wheels, Clock, Decorative Corners and the Decorative Keys and Locket (locket only). Other moulds used are the Manuscript Alphabet and the Beaded Pearl Border designs!
Take a look down memory lane with us on our CHA journey over
the years J
2012 - A workshop photo!
2013 - Me, accepting the CHA Innovations Award for our moulds
And here's to many more shows!
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