Eye Candy Fun with iLoveToCreate at the 2014 Craft Hobby Show
All of our team at a great time at the 2014 Craft & Hobby Tradeshow and Convention! Our booth this year was loaded with inspiration and we had a blast sharing the work of our talented team with attendees. A lot was going on in our booth...from Pattie (above) decoupaging her fabulous magazine mannequin to enthusiastic tie dye action from our favorite reality TV star Rupert Boneham
. Let us take you on a mini tour of all the activity!
There was a Today Show segment filmed in our booth featuring Rupert and Joelle Garguilo. Rupert shared how to make a spiral t-shirt using our Tulip One-Step Tie-Dye. Of course, he brought his awesome charisma and charm to the process. It was great!
Our friend Lil' Spazz Mac and Rupert became instant friends! Actually, everyone at the show became instant friends with Rupert. He is such a nice guy!
Here's our Scribbles 3D Paint display! We painted 60+ beach balls in various sizes with the paint for this colorful and eye-catching display! Also, our bike, decked out in Tulip One-Step Tie-Dye was also a BIG hit with show goers!
Here's a closer detail of some of our crazy Scribbles beach balls! We had a lot of fun with this project!
Our talented in-house artist Suzie Shinseki painted these eyes on a canvas using Tulip Soft Paints and accessorized using Tulip 3D Paints. The eyes definitely DID have it!
We showcased several people in our booth and how "Creativity Changes Everything" for them. One of our featured designers was the mega-talented Mark Montano
. Mark shared his creative story directly on his dip-dyed dress. Absolutely beautiful!
Cosplayer Mel Hoppe's costumes were on display in one of our creative vignettes. She shared her passion for Cosplay and creativity in her video! See more of her work at WindofTheStars.com
We had these awesome coffee coozies printed with our tradeshow theme logo on it. A lot of folks were really excited about this one, since it was a chance to chill a bit and just color like a kid using the Tulip Fabric Markers!
Here's a cool decopauge piece that Pattiewack dreamed up and our whole team helped execute! During a recent marketing meeting, our team learned how to make the rolled magazine loops for this piece.
Artist Celery Jones designed and painted this bold-patterned mannequin, on display to show off our new collection of Body Art paints, glitters, and hair chalks! So many folks got a fun hand-drawn tattoo or swipe of hair chalk in their 'do while at the show!
This lantern in our booth was made using Tulip One-Step Tie-Dye, Aleene's Tacky Glue, and white tissue paper spread out on clear plastic wrap. It is not as complicated as it looks. We promise to share a video really soon on how to make this cool craftable texture.
Here's a cool detail of a yoga ball covered in Aleene's Tacky Glue bottles in our booth! Who knew hundreds of glue bottles could make fine art?
Here's a really cool creation from our friend Crafty Chica! She made this funky and functional table to display her Crafty Chica product line out! It was so cool!
Which inspiration is your favorite? We can't wait to do all this again next year!
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