Tuesday, January 13, 2015

CHA news...

Education and Day one on the floor.

Friday is education day and the Ranger Signature Designers teach back to back.

I was a little nervous as I was debuting my paint line but everything went fabulously.

The calm before the storm...



Everyone hard at work





 He he because I am so used to teaching large classes on my own, my assistants had nothing to do !!


The next day saw the start of the show. 


This calls for big shoes to kick ass !!!


Here's my favourite partner in crime the gorgeous Dina Wakely.


The lovely Wendy Vecchi.


 He he can you guess who this is???


Yes its the fabulous Suze Weinberg.


Gorgeous Mario


Fabulously modelling our new Signature Designer bag


Time for the morning run through


The lovely Barbara from Italy


 Oooh some of my have creative peeps. Seth Apter, Mary Beth Shaw and Pam Carriker.






 My boys, Jim and Cesar




The lovely Tracey plying me with alcohol miniatures…



 And look who we have here…Jim and Carol Ramsey, the wonderful owners of Stampotique. So glad I got to meet them. We have a mahoosive selection of their stamps in our shop AftH.








The awesome Anna aka Finnibair










I'll run through the second day for you tomorrow. I am just about to embark on the long journey home. See you over the pond.

Enjoy xx

18 comments:

texasbarb said...

Thanks for all the pictures!! I'm hoping you're coming to Texas soon!!
Safe travels!!

Donna B. said...

That was an awesome post! Love all the pictures of you with those amazing crafty friends. I can't wait to get the new paints!!

joy said...

Ohhh. So much goodness!! Looks as if you had an amazing time!
Safe travels.

Chris Arlington said...

Awesome photos. Would have loved to be there. Love your tags also. Your colour give meaning to life. Who need a Gelli plate with those awesome stencils? xxoo

Caroline D. said...

The picture of you standing by the paint display is fabulous! It's my favorite outta the bunch. Thank you for taking the time to share so many photos of all the fun with us. I really enjoyed seeing them all. Looking forward to getting the paints and the rest of the new 'stuff'! Have a safe and happy trip home!

Donna Russell said...

love it

Rebecca AKA Bexta76 said...

A fabulous display of amazement! I need those paints, all of them.

Ursula said...

What a wonderful run through of day one . . . thank you! Looking forward to day two! Wishing you a safe and quick journey home :)

Sandie said...

Have a good journey, it certainly has been a full on week & love seeing everyone and these amazing colours

Janene McAnally said...

It was wonderful watching you demoing at CHA 2015 Dyan. LOVE the paints that match the ink sprays colours!! I can't wait to get them. Hopefully it won't take too long to get to Australia! Enjoy your stay at home, sounds like you well and truly deserve a rest. Thank you for brightening our lives with your products and creations!! :-)

famillemarleau said...

It looks like you're having a great time. I wish I could go to CHA. Love the new paints. Thanks for sharing, Johanne Lacombe

stamping sue said...

Fabulous!!!!! I'm looking forward to the paints coming to the stores. I want the new stamp set with the lady with the big glasses!!!!!!!!! so much to look forward, too.
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

mamablitger said...

Fabulous pics.. Wish I could be there... Sigh..
Enjoy even though it's also tough work.
Hugs from Monica....Spain

Michelle Bower said...

A real SPLASH of colour...love it!!
MikkiB

Seth said...

So great to see you at CHA Dyan. Looking forward to the next time our paths cross.

Miranda said...

safe journey home
fabby photographs and even more fabby examples of the new delicous goodies

hugzzzzzzzzzzzzz

suzyb said...

MORE MORE MORE MORE MORE, please~ Saw a video by Noell Hyman of you at CHA, fabulous work you were doing and sooooo fast! Sharing tips and techniques. FABulous.
Victoria, BC
Canada

Kari Leach said...

I can't wait to try your paints.

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