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CHA in California

I thought I had died and gone to heaven seeing so many trims and embellishments. Floor to ceiling trims of every kind you could imagine. My mind was flooded with ideas and projects I already started creating in my head.


Look at the fabulous sequins and sparkles. They are gorgeous.


Fabric for every prom dress you could ever dream of. A fabricholic dream. Rows and rows of fabulous textiles.

This is where the display of the quilt and cute projects I made go. This is Doodlebug Designs booth at CHA in California. They showcased Feeling Groovy, Christmas Candy and Trick or Treat.

This is My Mind's Eye booth showcasing Love Birds, Quite Contrary and All Star 2 fabrics.

The following pictures are of a few of my favorite things. All of these are made from paper and are absolutely extraordinary.







This is just a little corner of October Afternoon who had a fabulous shop set up. A little old fashioned 5 and dime store. It was adorable.

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  1. What a fabulous sequins and sparkles. Nice gowns too. They are all so gorgeous.

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  2. I think I'd be overwhelmed with all of that beautiful stuff! blessings, marlene

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