Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Creativation 2017 - The Best Booths and Displays

When you bring creative people together to display their products and projects all under one roof, you end up with beauty and innovation as far as the eye can see. Attending Creativation is a feast for the eyes and so inspirational. Today I'm sharing some of my favorite booths and displays from the 2017 show.

Yarnspirations had this year's showstopper with their Bernat display. 


It's almost entirely yarn, right down to the logs and flames.


Here is Fabric Editions. If I'm not mistaken, they're new to this show. What a beautiful booth. 


I did a literal double-take when I passed by this piece of artwork at Little B


It's made with tiny bits of washi tape. 

 
I think Hoooked is another new exhibitor. Their booth had such a fun vibe, with lots of little surprises. 


The Craft Yarn Council had a lemon tree in their booth. 


 Upon closer inspection, those lemons are actually knitted stress balls!


The DecoArt booth featured the Splatter Room, which was extremely popular and so much fun.


I loved the Edible Arts Shoppe by Satin Ice. Everything about this booth was awesome. 


 The cityscape across the top of this portion of the Ranger booth was incredible.


Yes, that's a gigantic, rhinestone-encrusted shoe at the John F. Allen booth. 


I just loved the colorful mix of products and projects at The Beadery


There were dozens of other beautiful booths or displays I could have just as easily featured in this post. So much creativity!

6 comments:

  1. Hello. May I pin and share on facebook some of these pics of the Klimt washi artwork if I include a link back to this post?

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  2. The companies really do such a spectacular job of designing their booths. The Bernat display is just WOW!

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  3. How neat!! Thanks for sharing these photos. I've never seen detailed descriptions and photos of the booths before. WOW on the Bernat display!

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  4. Wow. I'm sure they looked amazing at the show!

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