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Location: Orem, UT

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New Chap collection and a contest!



Introducing a sophisticated and charming new collection from American Crafts called CHAP!

Chap Paper

With its warm colors and designs inspired by clothing fabric, the new Chap line has just enough pop to make it perfect for autumn projects. A subtle vignette effect adds depth to the patterned paper. And the small-to-medium patterns are just right for scrapbooking the boys in your life.




Epoxy Brads, Printed Variety Tabs, and Delights

Paper is just the beginning of the new Chap line. To add dimension try three of American Crafts newest creations: Epoxy Brads, with a metal rim, patterned interior, and glossy finish; Printed Variety Tabs, which turn a commonplace filing cabinet item into an uncommonly perfect addition to any project; and Paper Flowers, which allow any crafter to have whimsical, premade rosettes at her fingertips without the fuss.



Foam and Printed Foil Thickers

Although those windy fall days may whip your hair into a mess, the Thickers in the Chap line will blow your socks off — in a good way. The foam letters, in a bold serif font, come in the complimentary colors of Corn and Surf. And check out the Printed Foil Letter Stickers. They seemingly jump off the page, with a 3-Dimensional design and classy foil print. These Thickers are in a league of their own.



Even More

In addition to these fun products, the Chap line will also include ribbons, buttons, cloth brads, journaling cards and more. Check out these great creative samples made using this cool new line...




Don't Miss This!

Leave a comment telling us what you think and you'll be entered to win the entire line! Enter your comment by the end of the day Friday. The winner will be chosen at random.

Be sure to stop by tomorrow when we reveal some more products that you're sure to love!

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