CHA-Winter 2010: Designer Interviews

02/02/2010 at 4:00 am | Posted in General Inspiration | 9 Comments
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Each year as I walk the show floor at CHA, I’m always in awe of how the paper and product designers come up with such great looks. I took the chance to interview a few of them and find out more, and I’m happy to share the clips with you today.

Curious how Studio Calico came up with the designs for the Anthology Collection? April Foster shares the story behind it.

It’s always fun to chat with Elizabeth Kartchner, and I couldn’t resist asking her about how she came up with her new Dear Lizzy collection for American Crafts. (A special thanks to Erin Payne for filming the video.)

In this video, Paula Cheney shares her inspiration for creating the new Vintage Recipe Holder by 7gypsies. I love it!

—Brittany Beattie, online senior editor

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  1. Great videos thanks. SC papers are lovely & Dear Lizzie is my favourite new release. The ribbon caught my eye as soon as I saw it last week, it’s so different & pretty 🙂

  2. Wow!!! So many of my favorite people and finds in one post… what a treat to wake up to :)Thanks for sharing, Brittany.

  3. Wow, I would so love to talk with these ladies as well. Thanks for sharing!

  4. awesome videos! … and I adore SC 🙂

  5. thanks so much for sharing these… it’s definitely great to be able to hear/know the ideas behind these amazing collections. 🙂

  6. What great interviews, thanks for sharing!
    Super excited about Studio Calico’s release most of all!!

    B-

  7. 7 Gypsies is one of my very favorite lines and I am just in love with the story how how they found the receipt holder and can not wait to get one for my self.

  8. Brittany, thanks so much for letting me show you around the SC booth! You are so sweet (and tall) in person 🙂

  9. I feel so inspired right now! Thank you for sharing this!!


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