This post is all about what I craft with. These are the things that I’m reaching for constantly, no matter what I’m making. Several people have expressed interest in hearing my list, so I whipped one up for you. :) I broke them down into categories. If you’re wondering where to purchase these much-loved products, just click the name of the product below the picture. Then you can learn to love my favorites, too.
Also, as of today I’ve added a side bar to the right of my webpage with all of the links to these products. That way, you can use that as a reference. Hope that helps!
Cutting Tools: (1) We R Memory Keepers Corner Chomper, (2) Tonic Guillotine Paper Trimmer in either 6″ by 12″ or 12″ by 12″, (3) Cutter Bee Scissors, (4) Tim Holtz Scissors by Tonic Studios and (5) Tim Holtz by Tonic Studios Retractable Craft Pick
Coloring: (1) Prismacolor Pencils (48 Count), (2) Distress Ink (see this post for more information about which colors to buy first), (3) Copics, (4) Uni-ball Signo White Gel Pen and (5) Black Copic Multiliners
Stamps: (1) Lawn Fawn Sophie’s Sentiments, (2) Lawn Fawn Critters in the Forrest, (3) Hero Arts CG298 Life of the Party Dots, (4) Hero Arts CL520 Live & Laugh, (5) Hero Arts CL490 Sending Smiles Messages and (6) Papertrey Ink Polka Dot Basics II
Embellishments: (1) Hero Arts Rhinestones and Pearls, (2) Baker’s Twine (check out this post for a comparison of The Twinery and Divine Twine), (3) May Arts Silk Ribbon and (4) Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher
I hope you’ve enjoyed my little run down of my favorite things. Now I’m itching to get some time to sit down and use all of my favorites! Now here’s what I’d like to know from you: what are your must-haves? Tell me! I’ve come to discover that I seem to like things that other crafters love. Hehe.
Okay, back to homework for me. I need to prep before the crazy weekend ahead of me: two 21st birthdays, a brewery tour and who knows what else. Happy weekend!
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