Nicole loved so many releases from CHA that it was hard to settle on one, but the overall standout for her was all the fabulous felt products. Queen and Co have released new sport themed packs of Felt Fusion and also Felt Fusion by the roll, pre-cut into manageable 1 yard lengths meaning you can buy a smaller quantity rather than a whole pack. Sassafrass Lass have released "Felties" which are adorable pre-pieced felt embellishments that even come with adhesive attached ready to place in the perfect spot on your projects.
With this layout, Nicole combined Felt Fusion from past Queen and Company ranges with a couple of the new releases from CHA. She used the previously released Star/Scroll and mixed it with the newly released Harlequin in black which comes by the yard and the Basketball which comes by the pack.
The appeal for Nicole is that the newly released Felt Fusion mixes so well with past ranges that the need to replace older with new is eliminated, rather the new releases enhance what you may already have.
Nic has use elements from the newly released "MVP" range by We R Memory Keepers to finish this page off.
Nicole whipped up this cute little journal by covering a Jenni Bowlin 4" mini book with patterned paper. She then cut the hill and clooud shapes from Queen and Co. adhesive felt strips, attached a Queen and Co Felt Frenzy flower and finished with an adorable little Feltie from Sassafrass Lass - too easy, the only adhesive she needed was for the paper.
Unable to resist the adorable Snack Attack Felties from Sassafrass Lass, Nicole used one here as a button cover on her cute little felt envelope housing a mini album created from the new Sassafrass Lass Paper Whimsies. Nic simply cut strips from Queen and Co self-adhesive felt and attached it to a swatch from Junkitz before cutting into pieces and stitching to create this little envelope.
Not strictly felt for a felt post, but still one of Nicole's CHA favourites, the little Paper Whimsies by Sassafrass Lass are the perfect size for a delightful little mini album.
Another super quick and simple idea is to attach the Sassafrass Lass Felties to other pre-cut felt shapes to create cute accessories usually only found in funky handmade craft shops and on Etsy.
Nicole used a Jenni Bowlin felt star as her base, attached an eyelet to the top for strength and adhered a Sassafrass Lass Feltie on top. All that was left to do was to attach a Tim Holtz jump ring, a leather strap and her daughter Maddy had a new necklace that she didn't want to take off. Very Rock Chick!
Simply gorgeous hairclips can be created quicker than it takes you to read this post! Take a normal hairclip (the kind that click when you bend them) and attach a pre-made Feltie and you've created instant hipster hair clips!
Another quick idea for Queen and Co Felt Fusion of any kind is to attach it to a plain headband and colour with Distress Inks or Glimmermist. Glue on a few jewels and you've got an accessory fit for a princess! With all of the delightful patterns in the Felt Fusion range, you could make one to co-ordinate with every outfit!