Craft Shopping Made Easy and Affordable with Consumer Crafts

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Have you ever shopped at Consumer Crafts online?  If you haven’t you really are missing out on a wonderful craft shopping site where you can not only purchase a plethora {♥ that word} of crafting items but their $prices$ are a great way to save money on some of your old time favorites and some NEW and exciting products.

For the purpose of this shopping experience I selected items from their Craft Basics Section ~ there were 100’s of products to choose from ~ check out these category choices and each category has a whole slew of products contained therein.

I checked out every category and found something to purchase from each one!  The site is so easy to navigate.  I have a habit of putting things in my cart when I shop at brick and mortar stores and then going back through the store putting items back and found myself doing the same thing at Consumer Crafts online ~ but I didn’t even break a sweat.  I could easily add, remove and change quantities with the click of my mouse.

Here are just a few of the items that caught my eye.

They have burlap including these cute little banners.

A wood burning and soldering tool like this one.

A rhinestone setter ~ be still my blingy little !

Inka Gold paint ~ you can apply this and then buff for a brighter finish ~ so cool!

And they have so much more!

This was what my final order looked like ~ I love the picture and price easily visible for each item in my cart.

I found so many great items ~ delivery was fast and every item arrived in perfect condition.

And this is what I bought!  I can’t wait to share the projects I’ll be making with these awesome items all ordered from the comfort of my home and delivered speedily.  Thanks Consumer Crafts!!!

I wrote this post as part of a campaign with Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own.

Cupcake Wrapper and Rose Centerpiece
Coffee-Dyed Book Page Flowers

Comments

  1. I’m definitely going to check out the site. :)
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  2. Julia Stansel says:

    I bought Rachel the hot fix crystal applicator. We haven’t used it yet. Trying to decide what to make with it first. Do you have one and if so, what did you do with it?

    • I want the hot fix crystal applicator ~ I think I will get one in the future ~ Rachel and I would be dangerous with our crafting skills. : ) I would try it on some sweatshirts or jean jackets, maybe a fabric tote bag or wallet…hmmmm…maybe even some canvas banners with Rachel’s name spelled out on each little flag. I would love to see what your first project with it is!

      Thanks for stopping by Julia and hugs to you and the family.

      • Julia Stansel says:

        She’s such a girly girl and thinks everything needs to sparkle! I asked her what she wanted to make with it lastnight and she said a tote bag with her name spelled across it. LOL! That’s funny you said the same thing!

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