Sunday, February 1, 2009

Can I just lay down and die right here?

So I'm not gonna lie. Sometimes I can be a bit ...errr....dramatic. I walked into the Webster's pages booth and let out a huge gasp when I saw this sweet garden arbor set up with the Webster's pages papers as the backdrop.

I dragged Vicki Chrisman over to see it and as we were standing there sighing, I asked one of the Webster's pages reps if I could just lay down on the floor and die right there.

I believe Vicki agreed with me...I'm not sure, because the room went fuzzy and I must have passed out from the sheer beauty of these papers!

And check out the Clip-it-up booth! They have wall-mounted paper hangers now, ribbon holders, and SHELVES!


Carla said...

I'd have been laying right there with you!

Laurie in MN said...

I like the idea of hanging DP so they are easy to see and reach instead of tucked away in drawers.

Borrowing the idea from another stamper, I bought a rain gutter and had it cut in half and hung on my stamp room wall. It lacks the scissor holder but holds the ribbon just as well. And it was far less expensive.

Thank you for sharing your pictures from CHA.

Unknown said...

OMG! I would have happily laid there as well! I NEED to get those things to hang my DSP! Cool! TFS:)

Anonymous said...

Puh-leeeeze just scootch over a little bit ... I wanna lay down right here too! OMGosh! Thanks for sharing these scrumptious delights, LZ!

***See Scarlett/errr Tex ... holding up her clutched hand saying .. I shall never miss CHA again! hahahaha

Thank you abundantly for sharing!!

And P.S. DD Jess is even still telling me how cool & tiny you are!! Makes me giggle!

LillyB said...

Wow! It was beautiful!!! Glad you survived it though!!!

Darlene said...

I can understand your desire to just drop to the floor ... WOW!! I have a couple packs on their papers and I'm hording them ... they're too awesome to use!!
Thanks for sharing more awesome photos from CHA!!!

Anonymous said...

Girl I'm with ya!! just move over some ;) HI LISA *waving*

Linda Duke