Hot Products on our Show Floor: A Crafty Situation

Hello, my crafty friends, it’s my favorite Tuesday of the month because today I have the opportunity to share some amazing products that you will find on the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo show floor.  Today we will be taking a peek at some of the treasures that you will find in the A Crafty Situation Booth.  I am excited to share that I will be teaching a make & take using their products in the Creativity Center.  We will be making a cute mosaic-style layout, so be sure to stop by both and see the magic for yourself.

When you step into the booth you will be cheerfully greeted by Steven; he is always there to offer a smile and some serious inspiration.  Steven has been an avid Mosaic Moments fan for years and is always happy to share his experience with you.  While you’re at the booth, stay for their make-and-take to learn more about Mosaic Moments and make a full 12×12 page layout.  For doing the make-and-take, you’ll even receive special coupons for the booth.

A Crafty Situation is the exclusive trade show vendor for Mosaic Moments products.  Mosaic Moments is a unique scrapbooking and cardmaking system that uses its patented grid paper to line up page or card layouts to make them shine with beauty!

Mosaic Moments

Mosaic Moments offers wafer-thin dies to aid the creative process.  The dies allow the paper crafter to create amazing designs with minimal effort.  Mosaic Moments provides a FREE pattern gallery with over 350 different designs to get the creative juices flowing!  You will never be left without inspiration.

Mosaic Moments also offers page kits that are precut and ready for assembly and photos.  These great kits are available in over 100 different designs that change seasonally, come in a two-page spread, and can be assembled in less than 20 minutes.  In addition to the dies and page kits, Mosaic Moments offers over 75 different colors of grid paper, including awesome grid paper collections, as well as tools to assist with the creative process.

I just can’t resist the urge to share several samples that I think will inspire you.  I hope you love them as much as I do.

Card making

Everyone loves to receive one of your handmade cards in the mail.  Add a photo and now that card turns into a sweet keepsake.  Kudos to you for sharing those smiles one handmade card at a time.

This cute card is a perfect excuse to use up those scraps that we can’t seem to part with.  🙂

Scrapbook Layouts

I just love how these layouts can hold any where from 1 to 100 photos on a single page, and the system truly brings out the beauty of the scrapbook page rather than the need for excessive embellishments..

Show Schedule

You will be happy to know that A Crafty Situation will be at nine Stamp & Scrapbook Expos this year, including:


A Crafty Situation will also be hosting classes at the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo, including a basics class if you’re new to Mosaic Moments, to more advanced classes on some of the newest products on the market.  Not only are their classes full of great instruction and tips and tricks, but you’ll walk away with an exclusive Mosaic Moments die and a goodie bag full of products to help you build great pages!

If you’d like additional information and/or inspiration you can visit the following social media sites:

A Crafty Situation – webpage for our booth, plus a link to go shop with us online!

Mosaic Moments – click here to learn about Mosaic Moments and access the FREE Pattern Gallery with over 350 different patterns to get your juices flowing!


Facebook – join our Facebook group with over 23,000 followers!

YouTube – with over 120 videos walking you through all things Mosaic Moments


Thanks for the great visit!  Just think, it’s less than one month until our shows begin and I can’t wait to see you!  I’ll meet you at the Creativity Center and we will make something beautiful together.

Hugs to all!







71 thoughts on “Hot Products on our Show Floor: A Crafty Situation

  1. Margy says:

    I see you’re not coming to Milwaukee. I’m disappointed, I’ve been following your blogs, ordered some dies, and really wanted to see everything ‘in person.’

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