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Topic: Your Secret Scrapbooking Resources?  (Read 3526 times)
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« Reply #10 on: March 13, 2008 08:08:18 PM »

It's great that there are lots of craft store and website in your country.
But it is very difficult to find the papercraft store in my site...Thailand!!!

 Cry Cry Cry

« Reply #11 on: March 14, 2008 09:25:09 AM »

ooh I loved the frugalities.com website! The paper packs that I wanted were 49% off...but then I found out that they don't ship to Canada!! {sob!}

« Reply #12 on: April 09, 2008 11:07:55 PM »

For ideas and inspiration?
www.scrapbook.com The gallery is amazing! Tons of ideas and much more affordable than buying a magazine or book.
www.pagemaps.com She has gorgeous sketches of pages that really rev up your creativity.
Your public library. Sure the scrapbooking books may be on the older side, but you never know what techniques or title inspiration or journal inspiration you can get from them! Angie Pederson's books are a little on the primitive side craftwise, but are a goldmine for ideas for your own pages and journaling! The big old Creating Keepsake books always have a bunch of techniques.

For supplies:
www.busybeescrapbooking.com <--- You can get whole lines or paperpacks here from between $4 and $13. I love their selection of papers and the option to purchase single sheets or whole packs.

www.embellishonline.com <--- They have great clearance sales, have the whole range of Basic Grey (my favorite paper line.) and their free shipping kicks in at $45 - the least expensive place I've come across.

www.frugalities.com <--- While their stuff is not always the most new or updated, I do love that they have revolving sales. It does help the ol' pocketbook out. Smiley

Also, I know you said you only have a Walmart, but if you have a Dollar Tree, Dollar General, or Big Lots, these places (especially Big Lots) are great places to find surprises. I've gotten namebrand embellishments at Big Lots for a dollar. And Dollar Tree generally has namebrand knockoffs that work great.

I also like the idea of printing off digital things. One site I like for this "hybrid" scrapping is : http://www.altscrap.com/index.php. You can also just google scrapbook freebies or digital scrapbook freebies.

Have fun!
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