Tuesday, January 29, 2013


It seems like months ago that I was in California! It is almost two weeks since I returned!! Time has flown since I got back, and I realised that I hadn't shown you any of the artwork I found amongst the booths, nor have I shown you any of the projects I made at the workshops. Nor, have I even got together my giveaway for you!! Tut tut!! I am sure that you might have seen some of these on other blogs, but they are such lovely pieces, that I am sure you will look again! There were even pieces from two home grown girls....Kaz Hall and Kate Crane. I have to admit I am not sure who some of the artwork is by , so if you recognise a piece please do let me know.

Idea-ology Booth


Loved this clock

Amazing book!

whose is this?



Kaz Hall & Kate Crane (Ranger)


Ice Resin Necklace by Susan Lenart Kazmer

More Prima
I will be back with more pictures soon.
Have a creative day


Kaz said...

Hi Jenny

Whooohooo thaks for the mention, thanks for sharing your adventure too, I so want to go to CHA xx

Kaz x

whyducks said...

Some lovely work there, I especially love the Prima green canvas with the lady on it. Thanks for the look around.

Claireliz said...

Looks like you had a wonderful time Jennie.
C xx

Paper Profusion said...

All such inspiring creations. Thanks for sharing Jennie. Nicola x

Disco Queen said...

Hi Jennie, Weren't Kaz's & Kate's canvases amazing? They are super talented! The idea-ology working clock is by Jim Hankins ( a.k.a The Gentleman Crafter), the travel journal (amazing book) is by Debi Adams & the Prima green canvas is by Anna Dabrowska ( a.k.a Finnabair).

butterfly said...

Some I'd seen, but plenty of new things too... there's just endless inspiration on offer at CHA, isn't there?! That Ice Resin necklace is just amazing. Thanks for sharing the experience with us - look forward to more!
Alison x

JoZart said...

Some real gems of inspiration there Jennie.. look forward to seeing even more when you've time.
Jo x

Lynn Hardy said...

What lovely artwork Jennie! The ideaology clock (third photo) and the Eiffel Tower made of little suitcases (configurations boxes - second photo) are by Jim Hankins, The Gentleman Crafter. He has some amazing artwork on his blog if you'd like to check it out http://thegentlemancrafter.blogspot.co.uk/
Thanks for sharing your trip to CHA with us.

Sid said...

Simply loads of inspiration there Jennie !!

Redanne said...

Such amazing work, so much inspiration. A x

donnalouiserodgers said...

ah, it does seem so long ago...