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Topic: What crafty stuff is hard to source in Europe?  (Read 425 times)
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« on: January 15, 2013 02:20:39 PM »

I have a dear web friend who I exchange goody boxes with once a year. I researched some of the food items not generally available in Europe or more specifically The Netherlands and among the various items I sent - Cheetos are the one thing that has a semi-permanent place in any box going to them.

While there's plenty of discussion online about hard to find American foods, there's little conversation related to crafting.

So, long story short, What are things that we Americans can get easier than you can or cheaper than you can? Conversely, what things do you have that we don't or cost a whole lot more here? If you were to get a box of random craft supplies from the US, what would be on your wish list?
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