Good morning, Emily Pitts on deck today. I know Kim showed you a few scenes from the booth here at CHA, but I want to show you a few more. Really, who can get enough pictures of Simple Stories?!?!!
I had the pleasure of working a booth over from Simple Stories and was able to rub shoulders with Kevin, Amber, Jodi, Sue, and Bethany all week. They are as awesome as the paper they bring us, to be honest, probably just a little more. They are kind and fun to be around, really good and genuine people. I am proud to work with them.
My photos are phone photos, so I can't guarentee crisp and clear. I could blame on the lighting at the show. I think I will. :) But I don't think you'll mind too much, I compensate with quantity what I lose in quality. Now I need to stop chatting and start sharing!
Here's the whole booth from the front. Simple Stories was in the first row of the convention center, at the back of the hall. Being right by a small food court and close enough to the restrooms, their location could be considered a prime one.
We're going to come in to the right of this photo. First stop, the Sn@p! display table with a few close ups. There were fun and festive pinwheels, paper straws, and gumballs surrounding the great Sn@p! video they ran all day. Kevin wondered if you guys would like to see that next week. I told him it would be a nice thing to share. So be on the lookout!
Moving on to the Take a Hike display:
And the other side showcasing Summer Fresh:
Now for the amazing displays by some of the Simple Stories designers, here's a shot from outside the booth:
Kim showed you the fun Sn@p! wall with the large magnetic expressions from the line, so I won't do that again, but here's the back display featuring the new Sn@p! system:
and here are the two small center kiosks as well, featuring the Sn@p! papers and elements. We are turning to the right:
Now we are in the back left corner of the booth, sharing the inside of the other display unit. This is full of the Design Team projects using Handmade Holiday. I'm sorry I didn't get a full shot of the display, I missed a couple of projects this way. Not sure what happened.
Here's the Harvest Lane side of the display unit, again in more than one photo.
Hope you enjoyed your tour of the booth. Now the hard part, waiting to get your hands on these fabulous new lines! Don't worry, it will be worth it!