Memory Trends....

For those of you familiar with the background work in Papercrafting World, you'll know that Memory Trends is coming up next weekend. For those of you who are not familiar with the workings and processes in PW, it's one of the shows (there are four total) where manufacturers set up booths to show their products to retailers (hopefully new products too). Hopefully the retailers will purchase the manufacturers products so that the end user (that would be you and me) can obtain them in their respective stores.

One of the fun things I get to do in PW is work with manufacturers. As each manufacturer gets ready for a show, members of their design team are asked to create projects so that the end users and retailer can see their products in use. So, I've been busy at work creating projects, layouts, mini albums, and other fun items for display at Memory Trends. It takes a LOT of time! Between creating, and planning my wedding, it's a miracle that anything else gets accomplished.

Something that is fun for you though, is that I can share a few photos of new products by Maya Road. Caroline and Deb create some of THE most incredible products available on the market. They are indeed, my all-time favorite company to work with. Their products are fresh and unique - and are always a blast to play with. The photo to the left is from their 'City Line' and is a NEW release for Memory Trends. It totally talks to me! The fun bright colors will be such a great addition to my work!

Currently (and I haven't seen many of their Memory Trends releases), I am in LOVE with their photo corners. I have always been a photo corner junkie. I probably always will be. But Maya Road photo corners are so versatile and easy to work with - I cant help but love them. They come in different styles (thick and thin) and bronze or silver toned color. For those of you who have a hard time setting other companies corners - these are a breeze to set! Maya Road also has THE most incredible selection of ribbon, rick rack, ribbon slides and other products - can you tell why I love working with them?

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