Paper Pizazz® Retailer Scoop
August 15, 2006
What's the Scoop?
Whew! We're back from Chicago and have finally settled back in after another successful CHA-Summer show. Were you unable to attend? Were you able to attend, but need a little refresher course on the latest HOTP product? Well I have just the thing for you! Let Paulette and me take you through a guided virtual tour of our CHA-Summer booth, complete with information on all our newest products. Just click here to watch our Virtual Booth Tour from your very own computer!
So now that we're back from the show, are you on pins and needles wondering what our hottest products were? Brad Buddies™ (formerly Brad Dress-Ups™–see the sidebar to the right for details on this product name change) were a huge hit at CHA-Summer with the most popular themes being Halloween, Christmas #1 and #2, Dog and Boy. And with the popularity of the vintage trend in scrapbooking, you know our new Flea Market Fabrics sarapapers™ and matching Embellish-abilities™ were in high demand. Read on for all the details on another top CHA-Summer seller: Great Big Brads™ and Rub-Ons!
Our customers spoke, and we listened! Introducing, by popular request, 22mm Great Big Brads™! Available in 9 fabulous color combinations, these extra-large painted brads are a great way to make a big impact on any paper craft. They're wonderful in the center of a silk flower and they look great when sanded or distressed with ink. With 24 brads per pack, you'll have plenty to experiment with! And did we mention HOTP's very first line of rub-ons, designed to work perfectly with Great Big Brads™? We've created 6 styles of easy-to-use rub-ons, just the right size for rubbing on top of a Great Big Brad™. From letters and words to geometric patterns in both black and white, these new rub-ons make customizing brads are quick and easy! Just look at all these incredible colors and styles:
Great Big Brads™
Retail $2.99 each.
Retail $3.49 each.
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