Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 25, 2006
Fruzzle, Inc. introduces a new decorative surface and technique to the craft world at the CHA Show in Las Vegas next week. The Fruzzle is a wooden picture frame puzzle that can be decorated. The unique design of each Fruzzle inspired a new decorating technique called Fruzzling which utilizes many existing techniques and materials.
A Fruzzle is made up of individual puzzle shaped pieces, and when fully assembled they become the picture frame. The unique design holds together without glue or nails. Each Fruzzle is made from high quality Birch wood in Los Angeles, CA. There are eleven different designs and they are also available as a kit with paints and a brush.
The Fruzzle is a perfect surface for most craft techniques, including, but not limited to scrap booking, rubber stamping, painting, beading and decoupage. However, Fruzzling is the method used to complete a finished Fruzzle. Normal decorating techniques may prevent the finished Fruzzle from being disassembled. Fruzzling takes into consideration the design of each Fruzzle and makes modifications to allow the user to assemble or disassemble each piece. The finished product creates a unique addition to any home décor.
Artists and designers in the scrapbook and painting industries have already begun to design classes with Fruzzles. The range of designs keeps them busy all year long.
Fruzzles are available in retail stores as well as online at http://www.fruzzle.com.
About Fruzzle, Inc.
Fruzzle, Inc. is a newcomer in the craft and hobby world. Headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, Fruzzle, Inc. manufactures Fruzzles. Adam Kovar, owner and founder, takes pride in the fact that each Fruzzle is American made.
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