For scrapbooks, greeting cards, handmade gifts, home decor and other craft projects, our first priority when it comes to craft tools, materials and supplies is QUALITY. This is quickly followed by budget (because who ISN'T on a budget of some kind?) Over the years we've worked with a lot of brands and different products but we wanted to share some of our very favorite with you. These stores and items are our absolute top, go-to, when we're creating. If there's something great that you think we've over looked or need to hear about, please let us know! We always love to try new things! If you haven't already, sign up to be a Rakuten member -- you can earn rebates from many retailers and it ads up quick!
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I love that so many other people shop through them and leave reviews on products as well, so if I'm buying something new I can know what to expect. It's also easy to ask questions about items I'm thinking about buying, so you get all the help (sometime More!) than you would in a brick-and-mortar store, it's delivered right to your door, and you can shop from anywhere, even right in your home! If you're not a Prime Member, I highly recommend signing up! "Tell them I sent you" by clicking below.
CreateforLess.com sells a HUGE variety of craft supplies, for amazing prices. If you've never shopped from their online store, you should definitely check them out! Their prices can't be beat! And they even over free shipping on orders over $50. They sell a lot of items in bulk or large sizes too, so it's a great place to "stock up" on your basics. They sell supplies for scrapbooking, sewing and quiliting, beading, crochet and knitting, kids crafts and ...pretty much any craft you can think of! Swing by their site and check out what they have to offer! Let them know I sent you by clicking the link below! If you read my blog at all, you probably know that my favorite pens in the whole world are Chameleon Pens. (You can find out why they are my favorites HERE.) But don't just take my word for it. Give them a Go yourself! Click the link below to see them in action!
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Audible.com is an Amazon company and I've been a member since 22 February, 2012! I absolutely love their audio books and devour them on a weekly basis. You'll see me mention them in my posts from time to time and this is where I get them! If you'd like to try them out, click the link below to get TWO free credits to begin your trial! This is what I usually listed to while I'm crafting or creating digital designs! (My Favorite narrator is John Lee! His Count of Monte Christo is AMAZING!!!)
Canva is a great source for creating graphics! They have tons of free templates and elements that you can use to create your own digital art. Make Pins for Pinterest, graphics for your social media posts, pictures for your blog posts, or anything else you can dream up! You can even upgrade to their premium service for about $10 a month to access even more of their great features. Click the link below to let them know we sent you!
Disclaimer: Please note that some of the links in this post are affiliate links. There is no additional cost to you, but The Scrap Room will earn a small commission should you choose to purchase through those links. Thank you for helping support our business!
Adobe offers TWO of my very favorite (and most used!) programs. I use both Illustrator and Photoshop on a near daily basis, and they are both amazingly powerful programs! Illustrator is great for working with vector based designs and Photoshop is my top choice for digital scrapbooking, photo editing, and working with any pixel based designs. There are a couple of "free" software options I recommend, but the tools available in these programs are unparalleled! Adobe now offers affordable monthly subscription plans, making it easier for anyone to use their awesome products! You can find a lot of tutorials for both these programs on my main Digital page (Tab in the menu bar up top!).
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