Best art supplies & craft supplies according to redditors

We found 57 Reddit comments discussing the best art supplies & craft supplies. We ranked the 35 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Foam boards
Poster boards
Craft adhesives
Drawing rubbing plates & supplies
Artists paintbrushes
Paint sponges
Art paints
Stencils & templates
Relief & block printing materials
Sculpture modelling compounds
Sculpture modelling tools
Block printing ink & blocks
School classroom decorations
Stencils, templates & accessories

Top Reddit comments about Art Supplies & Craft Supplies:

u/combatchris · 8 pointsr/muacirclejerk

Mother fucking feathers

u/RainbowAnna89 · 6 pointsr/BABYMETAL
u/Max_Fart · 4 pointsr/spartanrace

I get the round stands and don’t worry with the deltas. I them display them with the 5” version of this.

u/Relfar930 · 4 pointsr/partyplanning

Sorry! Added.

Thanks a bunch!

The windows were a little time consuming but worth it. Just foam board and electrical tape from the dollar tree and a $5 watercolor palette 🎨 from Wal-Mart (plus a pencil, ruler, and sharpie).

Edit: in case you're interested...

Window boxes were also made from stuff from the dollar tree (foam board, fake grass, and foam blocks). Just glued them together with hot glue and to finish them up I just painted them with acrylic paint.

For the awnings above the windows I bought theses:

Teacher Created Resources Parisian Awning (77185)

I sanded off the gloss coating and repainted them (pink = spray paint, stripes = acrylic), then added gold ribbon.

u/background_spider · 3 pointsr/gamecollecting

I have a few different sizes but these are what i use

u/imurkt · 3 pointsr/sailormoon

[Frame easel were the words I wanted.] ( I have the worst case of stupids today.... anyway, these come in various sizes down to an inch and up to 14", and can be gold, black iron rod, bronze, etc.

Edit: as a follow up, I'd get the plastic ones. I'd then spray paint them the color I wanted and if the item was delicate i'd use rubber glue on the edges. Let it dry and it's like a sticky cushion and protects paint from scratches.

u/Mavee · 3 pointsr/Gameboy

A glass display case with leds / lights is always best imo, and if you can get clear / transparent plate holders (something like this but obviously less tacky) that'd be amazing. I have my glass case, but I have them lying down, and it's just not that cool :(.

u/CptBigglesworth · 3 pointsr/magicTCG

Easy to make: print off the images you want, and then put in one of these:

You might want to pad it out with cardboard.

u/fatkidsfanclub · 2 pointsr/AskAnAmerican

My Mexican parents were in the process of getting their American citizenship. I was in the 3rd grade and we would take turns asking practicing the US citizenship test. They fully immerse themselves in American history and geography. I also had a kids US Map Placemat from which I started at every meal for 5 years (the other side had the presidents on it!)

u/ZombieButch · 2 pointsr/learnart

You're reply isn't showing up yet because it's too short and got auto-moderated, but I pulled it up in your post history. That's a tabletop easel, possibly this exact one, but if you just search for 'tabletop easel' on Amazon or Blick or somewhere like that you should find lots of different ones.

u/RfamHere · 2 pointsr/vipkid

EduKid Toys Dry Erase Whiteboard Easel | Magnetic White Board | Double Sided Tapletop Easel

u/AdaAstra · 2 pointsr/Astronomy

For a starter book to get the basics of stargazing, I would recommend Nightwatch: A Practical Guide To Viewing the Universe or Turn Left At Orion. They don't have real detailed sky maps, but they give good representations of some of the major constellations and names.

For star maps, I use Sky & Telescope's Pocket Sky Atlas or Orion's DeepView Star Map. These ones are good for more detailed star maps and require a few basics to figure out. Or you can just match the stars up to known stars and just stumble your way around (which is not a bad learning method either).

u/mimurph1 · 2 pointsr/dvdcollection

looks like simple picture easels to me, you can get a bunch of them for cheap at a craft store (if i'm not right, it's a great idea anyways)

u/luke121215 · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

They're tabletop easles i think. I was given them by my future sister in law who used them for mirrors. I saw them on amazon

u/PriceKnight · 1 pointr/amazondealsus

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u/abidaabidaabida · 1 pointr/kpophelp

Initially was just looking for a Jhope poster pack, but low-and-behold, there’s hardly any reliable ones. I’ve been looking at buying these since there seems to be more reviews, but I’m not sure.

u/bluebombardier · 1 pointr/PAX

Shadow boxes are quite popular. You can get some from your local craft store, back it with some cork or cardboard (though the structural integrity of the cardboard will decline over time as you stick and restick pins on it), glue some felt over it, and boom: instant classy display case.

Another solution if you don't want to get crafty is cufflink display boxes. You can lie them flat on your desk or prop them vertically. Double-posted pins may present a problem if they don't align with the crevices where you'll be wedging the pinbacks.

There are also pin display banners you can find for purchase online, or make yourself if you know your way around a sewing machine. Those tend to be thick canvas or heavy cloth with wooden dowels and some string for hanging.

Your cheapest, fastest option is probably a cork bulletin board, as /u/CorayEel mentioned.

Happy pinning!

u/Vathsade · 1 pointr/boardgames

Found them on, available in lots of slightly different sizes:

Alternatively, you can buy the Fan kit, which I managed to get from here, when it was briefly in stock. It will likely come in stock again, just not very often. Add yourself to the notification list.

Plus side of this is that it adds a 5th player to the game.

u/shpongolian · 1 pointr/musictheory

This is great. Here’s a similar tool that may give you some design ideas

u/jasminehulse · 1 pointr/LawSchool

If there's a way to share notebooks on OneNote I could send you a little bit of what I have. I was extremely unhappy with Admin and suffered every bit of the way. I also used a few videos that my teacher sent me from youtube because I was struggling so much.


What is admin law?

The textbook I had (pretty helpful)

PermaChart (I have one for civpro that's helpful but I don't have this one)

u/Yota_Mota · 1 pointr/Warhammer40k

Thanks! See the reply to another comment. Just posted the recipe. It's real easy! Just drybrushing and tape. The kind of cork you need for the road is like this:

u/KillerSiren · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Any combo of this , this or this !

Who doesnt love googly eyes, feathers and pompoms?! Art and crafts stuffs!

Weight hmmm ... 7.9 lbs

u/Astutely · 1 pointr/Astronomy

Hey, sorry i'm a little late to the party. I just got the same telescope last week, and it is awesome! I just picked up a couple things.

  • A 2x Barlow Lens

    This One.


  • A Moon Filter

    This One

    The moon is still fairly bright with the filter, so you may want to get the 25% instead of the 13%, although im happy with it.

    I also got this sky chart, but it's obviously not that necessary. Keep in mind, i'm still a newbie, so take my recommendations with a grain of salt. Have fun! :)