CHA Mega Show 2014: Video Recap!

Check out UK Blogger Elena Roche's video recap of Sizzix at CHA Mega 2014 in Anaheim, CA!

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

And watch Paperclipping's Interview with Jen Long about the 1950s collection!

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5 thoughts on “CHA Mega Show 2014: Video Recap!”

  • Maryann

    I think, I´m going to be really poor after this new release, as there´s so much, I just need to havae now ha ha ha ha

  • Jacquelene L

    Great of her to do this. What I really need to know is the release dates of Tim's butterfly frenzy striplit die, and the Butterfly Bigz with emboss and the Dragonfly Bigz with emboss. I hope I don't have to wait six months for them to be available. Also the Prima Dies, when are they going to be available. Also I would love to see all the Susan's Garden dies and Brenda Walton's. Are we going to see the catalogs after the show is over as Tammy has done for us previous years? I wish Sizzix would post their new releases on their sites before and during the show as all the other die companies do, with release dates. I need to be able to be able to plan and budget for my purchases.
    Jacquelene L

  • PJ

    The Eclips 2 is in my future. Waiting for the Bluetooth model.

  • Kelly Blydenburgh
    Kelly Blydenburgh Jan 15, 2014 at 06:40 am

    Would love to see a complete list of all of the designers shown in Stephanie's videos (first on this page) with new dies coming out, and corresponding release dates. You I can plan to have my paychecks for thsoe weeks direct deposited to Sizzix. ;)

  • PJ

    Stephanie Barnard's rushed CHA video clips were useless. She was obviously unprepared for the task. Noell Hyman from Paperclipping did an infinitely better job on the Sizzix and Tim Holtz products she covered. Tim did a masterful job, as always.

    The Sizzix website is also very irritating. There should have been a dedicated CHA 2014 section showing all of the new products, with their MSRP's and release dates. Given the total lack of consumer information, budgeting and shopping for the new items is impossible. A similar situation occurred with CHA 2013.

    It wouldn't hurt Sizzix to show a bit of professional courtesy to the people they expect to buy their products.

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