Who doesn’t love new craft supplies – no one!
Yet, with so many yummy supplies on the market where should you spend your precious crafty dollars? And where do you get the most bang for your buck? I’ve included below a list of my favorite online craft supply stores. These are all place where I buy my supplies and highly recommend. I’ve also included notes below each shop link with information about ways to save/coupons/special discounts.
I hope this information is helpful!
Ellen Hutson offers a 10% discount to monthly newsletter subscribers and sends free ribbon (just a clipping) with all orders.
Many popular brands are always on sale at Hallmark Scrapbook including Avery Elle, Lawn Fawn, Neat and Tangled, and Sunny Studio, to name a few. Additionally, you earn points for every purchase you make which can be redeemed for $$ off your order.
Scrapbook.com has great prices with lots of things on sale. They also runs daily deals and coupons and often have free gifts with purchase. They have a HUGE selection.
Simon Says Stamp has a HUGE selection and often has a $5.00 off coupon. They also have a sales section where you can find amazing deals from time to time.
Jamie offers 10% off your order by using the coupon code “Jamie” and sometimes runs deals for 15% off. She also gives you a free gift with $60.00 purchase (this can be a stencil, small stamp set, enamel dots, etc.) and free shipping with $60.00 purchase (US only). Not 2 Shabby also has a point system where you earn 1 point for every $1.00 you spend and once you reach 100 points you get $5.00 off your order.
Individual Stamp Companies
For US customers, orders over $75.oo ship for free.
For US customers, orders over $50.oo ship for free. Honey Bee also has an AMAZING selection of sequins, jewels, and other embellishments.
MFT offers a free die with $60.00 purchase and offers free shipping with $50.00 purchase (US only).
Whimsy offers a free stamp set with $75.00 purchase and free shipping with $75.00 purchase (US only).
YNS often has a coupon code for 20% for newsletter subscribers with their new releases.