Got one to sell?

Got one to sell?

Get it in front of 160+ million buyers.

Scrapbooking Supplies

All of your child's school awards and memorabilia are stored in the closet, jumbled together in a box. Once you gather scrapbooking and paper craft supplies, you can organise photos, award certificates or anything else. Get creative by adding embellishments such as stickers, rhinestones and stamped images. Additionally, you can personalise your treasured handiwork and give it to family members. Celebrate a friend's milestone event such as a wedding or graduation by presenting your handmade craft to them as a commemoration.

Scrapbooking Cardstock

There's plenty of scrapbooking cardstock papers to choose from in standard sizes such as 5 x 7 or 8.5 x 11. Purchase the paper in textured, floral and striped designs. Add variety to your design by using papers in polka dots, checks and animal prints. In addition to displaying an assortment of patterns, you can incorporate solid and multi-coloured papers. Additionally, the paper is available with glitter, matte or metallic finishes to add even more visual interest.

Die Cutting & Embossing

The secret to loving your scrapbooking hobby or business is to keep your pages lively and interesting. When selecting your scrapbooking die cutting and embossing supplies, consider purchasing a die cutting machine to make everything you cut look professional. These portable machines eliminate the need to use scissors or a craft knife to make cards and other shapes. Likewise, you can use paper, cardboard and other materials to create letters, silhouettes and borders. Pre-made shapes are available in packages ready to insert onto a scrapbooking page.

Scrapbooking Pre-Made Supplies

If you like using pre-made shapes and are short on time, scrapbooking pre-made pages and pieces speed up the process. These handmade pieces leave space for you to add photos and handwritten notes. Many include a combination of materials such as lace, beautiful flowers and clever uses of sewing trims.

Tell us what you think - opens in new window or tab