Best scrapbooking & stamping supplies according to redditors
We found 314 Reddit comments discussing the best scrapbooking & stamping supplies. We ranked the 240 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.
1. Avery Printable Sticker Paper, Matte White, 8.5 x 11 Inches, Inkjet Printers, 5 Sheets (53202)
Stickers for any occasion; from school and craft projects to card making and decorations, this full sheet of matte white printable sticker paper gives you the freedom to design stickers that are the size and shape of your choosingEasy to remove but sticks securely; adhesive paper is repositionable f...
2. Permanent Adhesive Backed Vinyl Sheets by EZ Craft USA - 12" x 12" - 40 Sheets Assorted Colors Works with Cricut and Other Cutters
SAVE MONEY! BEST PRICED PACKAGE! 12” X 12” INCH VINYL 40 sheets in 30 different glossy colors, 2 matte colors, and 3 metallic colors. No other package on Amazon offers such a variety for such a low price. 3 mil vinyl thickness, perfect for all your crafting needs. Check the product description f...
3. We R Memory Keepers We R Memory 1/4 & 1/2" Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper, 0.25"/0.5", Aqua
3.75 x 6.25 x 1.125 inch toolCorner rounderSoft, silicone handlesAdd perfectly rounded corners to paper, cardstock, photos, chipboard, leather, plastic acrylic/poly, and moreAllows 2 corner options 1/4-inch and 1/2-inchFeatures the strength of the Crop-A-Dile in a corner rounder, easy open corner gu...
4. IGOGO 100 PCS Clear Epoxy Stickers Craft Bottle Caps Stickers for Hair Bows Pendants Scrapbooks 1 Inch
Measurements:1 InchQuantity:100 PiecesMaterials:Epoxy ResinSeals and Protects Pictures to 3D EffectClear Epoxy Stickers for Bottle Caps Pendants Christmas Decorations ect
5. 12" x 10 foot Roll of Matte Black Adhesive-Backed Vinyl for Craft Cutters, Punches and Vinyl Sign Cutters by VinylXSticker
1 Roll of 12" x 10 ft Matte Black Adhesive-Backed VinylMatte 2.5 mil "PERMANENT" self adhesive vinylCricut, Silhouette, Robo Craft and all personal cutters compatible.Outdoor durability up to 5 years.By Vinyl X Sticker
6. Raylinedo 3D Butterfly 12PCS for Blue and 12 PCS For Purple Stickers Making Stickers Wall Sticker
12 pcs Purple 3D butterfly stickers random mixed packingTotally 48 different models, random mixed packingA perfect gift for any special occasions like Christmas, wedding, birthday, anniversary,engagement, new baby.Perfect design. Roundly includes two large ones in size 11*9.5 cm, 6 medium ones in si...
7. ONOR-Tech 6 Sheets Lovely Cat Decorative Adhesive Sticker Tape / Kids Craft Scrapbooking Sticker Set for Diary, Album
Materials: PVC,Size:15 x 9.5 cm.Quantity:6 Sheets(various shape pattern).Various application for diary, letter, gift box any your own purpose.Great for scrapbooks; gift wrap; photo albums; frames; stationary; recognition and more!The 6 sheets come in this set, making a total of over 300 pieces.Stick...
8. Pebeo Gedeo : Crystal Resin 300ml
Gedeo crystal resin 300mlPebeo
9. Creative Surprise Explosion Box DIY Photo Album Hexagon 5-Layer 6-Sided Storage Boxes Handmade Scrapbook Folding Birthday Anniversary Valentine Wedding Gift - By VENOMM
10. Vinyl Ease 12" x 100 ft Roll Paper Transfer Tape for Cricut, Silhouette Cameo, Oracal Self Adhesive Vinyl for Decals, Signs, Walls and More - V0821 or V
✅ PREMIUM QUALITY TRANSFER PAPER TAPE: Our 12" x 100 FEET transfer paper tape is a high-quality, medium to high tack transfer application paper designed to accommodate a wide variety of craft and sign adhesive vinyl. VINYL EASE application tape is comparable to Cricut, Cameo, Oracal, Pazzles, Prov...
11. Kicpot Creative Explosion Gift Box, Love Memory DIY Photo Album as Birthday Gift and Surprise Box About Love Opend with 14''x14''(Black)
✿ Explosion Box : When closed, the box looks like a gift box and when open, all the sides fall back to reveal a large mufti-layered card.✿ DIY Explosion Box Size : Opend about with 14'' x 14'', folded with 4.7" x 4.7" x 4.7".✿ Handmade : Built-in more than 20 kinds of parts to write and record...
12. Avery Printable Sticker Paper, Matte White, 8.5" x 11", Inkjet, 20 Sheets (44383)
This full sheet printable sticker paper gives you the freedom to design stickers at the size and shape of your choosingAvery textured, white sticker paper is great to use for scrapbooking, journaling, school activities, DIY projects, personalized thank you gifts, crafts and moreGuaranteed to stick a...
13. Clear Vinyl Self-Adhesive Laminate 12" x 15FT Roll, for Cricut, Silhouette Cameo Portrait, Decals, Stickers, Stencils, Peel and Stick by Turner Moore Edition (Clear Laminate Sticker Vinyl, Glossy)
Self-laminating adhesive vinyl adds gloss and superior transparent protection to your crafts, books and paperback textbooks, signs, designs, graphics, mylar stencils, and layered over printable vinyl and patterned vinyl. Use it for covering, resurfacing or decorating projects and crafts.Stronger tha...
14. ORACAL 651 Permanent Vinyl, 1 Pack, Matte Black
Genuine Oracal 651 Matte Permanent Vinyl Roll 12 Inch X 6 Feet - Adhesive Back2.5 Mils ThickDistributed By Swing DesignCountry Of Origin : United States
15. 10 x NTAG 215 NFC Circular Stickers by Pac Supplies USA
504 usable bytes of data , suitable for a full contact or vcardCompatible with NFC enabled devices85.5 x 54 x 0.84 mm standard ISO card sizePAC SUPPLIES USA STOCK & SHIPPINGShipped and Sold Exclusively by Pac Supplies USA ( Scan Pro ) - Brand Registered
16. Rock Paper Scissors Removable Sticker Paper 8.5"x11" 100 count
Full sheet 8.5"x11" Removable Sticker PaperCompatible with both Laser and Ink Jet PrintersPerfect for Wedding Showers, Scrap Books, Wedding Gifts, Wall Art, Childrens Games60 Pound Label MaterialCompatible with Most Popular Electronic Cutting Machines
17. Oracal 651 Glossy Permanent Vinyl 12 Inch x 6 Feet - Red
Genuine Oracal 651 Glossy Permanent Vinyl Roll 12 Inch x 6 Feet - Adhesive Back2.5 Mils Thick
18. Silhouette Cameo 3 White Bluetooth Starter Bundle with 26 Oracal Vinyl Sheets, Transfer Paper, Class, Guide and 24 Sketch Pens
This Premier Bundle is Fully Endorsed by Silhouette! Brand New Silhouette Cameo 3 with Bluetooth, Touchscreen and Manufacture's Warranty. No Internet Connection Required, No Need to Buy Designs or Fonts, This Bundle lets you Create Your Own Designs Without Spending More Money.26 Sheets of Permanent ...
19. Logan Graphics Foamwerks Deluxe Cutting Kit for Foam Board for Creative Use In Art, Scrapbooking, Arcitecture, Modeling, Hobby and Craft Applications
FoamWerks Deluxe Cutting Kit, See contents below, great for American Girl Doll Crafting and Modeling Projects. Cut at 90 degree angles, 45 degree angles, in circles, cut holes and curves with ease!Includes six different cutters and 2 replacement blades for each for a variety of cutting effects and ...
20. Heidi Swapp MINC Application Machine Reactive Foil by American Crafts | 12-inch X 120-inch Gold Foil Roll
TAKE CRAFTING FROM BEAUTIFUL TO UNFORGETABLE: Imagine adding gorgeous foil that pops to any paper crafting project.MAKE YOUR CREATIVITY SHINE: The elegance of foil finishes allows you to create stunning cards, attention-grabbing DIY art projects, adorable party favors, and so much more.STRIKING FOIL...
you're about to put these guys out of business XD
Avery makes full sheet sticky paper. If you have a Staples or other big box store, they usually carry it.
Avery Sticker Project Paper, 8-1/2 x 11 Inches, Pack of 20 (44383) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075FXL56T/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_vPWYBbARSRB7C
am not op and would not spend money to get these professionally printed (i do respect the commitment tho, props) but u could probably get a similar result printing them out on sticker paper like this!
To find some to buy, "paper transfer tape" are your keywords. Amazon has lots, typically with "vinyl" in the name because the main buyers are vinyl sign makers, not because the tape contains vinyl. Make sure it says "paper", as there is also transfer tape made of plastic and you want the paper kind, which is basically 12" masking tape. It leaves no residue behind.
I almost never put a piece of wood or acrylic in my laser without that tape on it. Here's a photo of something I engraved with that tape over it, so you can see how there's no scorch marks anywhere outside the engraved area, with no cleanup to get it that way:
Sign making suppliers will have lots of it to buy as well: https://www.signwarehouse.com/c/transfer-tape-application-tape
Sure thing! Here's the full process:
To prepare the champagne bottles I soaked them in a dish tub with a scoop of oxyclean and room temperature water for about 30-40 minutes. The oxyclean is REALLY helpful in getting the labels to slide off, but be careful not to get it near the top/under the foil. Then I rinsed them under cold water and used the scrubby side of a sponge to get off any remaining adhesive. I let them air dry on my countertop.
To make the labels, I used 3.5'' x 2.125'' weatherproof laser labels. This takes a few steps- first I had to print the dots on to the label in solid black toner, then run them through a laminator with the minc foil transfer sheets (link is to amazon, but I got them at Michael's with a 50% off coupon). Then I had to print the text on to them. I used fonts that I downloaded online.
Then, I just applied the labels to the bottles, tied a paper straw to each, and voila!
Kind of same boat. Knew i wanted a Cricut, but did not know what i would need/what projects i wanted to do/how exactly i would use it. My husband got me the Maker with the extra blades and mats for my birthday a few weeks ago.
So far I used card stock to make zombie silhouettes for Halloween, cardstock to make a birthday banner, little craft foam tape to give the banner dimension, weeding tools are helpful, permanent vinyl to make a wine glass for my friends birthday, heat transfer vinyl to make her a custom koozie for her birthday.... the possibilities are endless, really.
You can browse her pinterest pins and see what she wants to make and that can help with what to purchase. If she wants to make wood stuff - the cheapest/best option i found for balsa wood (the 1 of, i think, 2 types Cricut can cut) was on Staples website (and i picked up in store).
There is a stencil vinyl i purchased to -- so she can have infinite stencils to then paint on to wood for decorations. Or she can just use the permanent vinyl on any wood (Hobby Lobby, as much as i dislike them, has an amazing variety of choices of wood pieces you can decorate and for cheap...and theres usually a coupon online; check Retail Me Not and others).
I have had a lot of fun so far with my Cricut and have so many more projects lined up. Going to make a felt garland for the holiday too. Michaels has cheap tshirts to use HTV on. I also got extra markers in all different colors, since Cricut can draw beautifully. I bought probably like $200 worth of supplies after my Cricut arrived. There are just too many things that can be done with this machine.
Here are some of my links if you like:
Balsawood from Staples:
Cheap, but quality koozies, in a variety of colors for you to decorate with heat transfer vinyl : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01CV2B0MQ/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Acrylic, bpa-free, tumblers for you to decorate with permanent vinyl: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XKD66S6/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
631 vinyl (temporary; decals, for walls, cars, etc):
Heat Transfer Vinyl: so far have only tried the Cricut brand and liked it
Permanent vinyl is 651: this is the one i bought ... no problem with it so far. i have read tips that say to blast your creation with a hair dryer afterward.... and its a 24 hour cure time.
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It's one of these surprise boxes but you fill it with your own stuff -- https://www.amazon.com/Creative-Explosion-Scrapbook-Anniversary-Valentine/dp/B07FQBXBWQ
Here's another example -- https://gfycat.com/lastingvengefulcreature-christeen-borcha
Exploding Picture Box
Honestly this would be something pretty cute to do along with a piece of jewelry or flowers.
Here's the link, I just laid it over the top of each stripe in strips and cut it with an exacto knife.
I purchased mine from a local hobby store quite some time ago. However, something like this vinyl or even cheaper ones should do the trick.
People have been asking on Twitter how I made this so here's what I did.
Total cost of materials was about $15.
I love that site. You can choose exactly how many of each marker you have instead of paying for a big set that is mostly unused.
I printed all mine at 1 inch, bought a 1 inch hole puncher, then used these (https://www.amazon.com/IGOGO-Stickers-Adhesive-Bottle-Pendants/dp/B01H5OUZ5I/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=Cap+stickers&amp;qid=1570963544&amp;sr=8-3) to give them some thickness.
For larger tokens, they sell larger epoxy stickers too.
They sell sticker paper and you just print on it like printer paper. Then just cut it out. Anything can be a sticker! Imagine the possibilities. lol sticker paper!
This is $10 for 10 pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N27G9UU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_kwcpzbPQJRGVN
I used these amiibo nfc tags and have no problems with the game or Nintendo account.
fake anecdote of the day: i threw a boomerang a few years ago. now i constantly live in fear.
I think a nice pair of earrings is a great gift! Since she likes things pertaining to your relationship, check out boxes like these. You can personalize them with pictures, writing, etc😊
I'm not a huge proponent of the extravagant bridesmaid proposals but I did want to "officially" ask my girls in some way so I decided on a super easy DIY proposal on wine. I chose each girl's favorite kind and measured the label to find the dimensions that would fit all of the bottles. I created the wine labels in PhotoShop and printed them onto this sticker paper. It was super easy and the girls loved it.
Probably worth noting that water clear polyurethanes will be more expensive and more finicky (especially on the mercury-free end), so epoxies may be a reasonable starting point if you don't want to overspend early on.
You could try:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pebeo-Gedeo-300ml-Crystal-Resin/dp/B0027J1DB2/ref=pd_cp_diy_2 (people say that this one is a bit slow to cure)
Other than that, you just need some disposable cups and gloves and mixing sticks (tongue depressors, chopsticks, etc) - so you can do fine without buying a kit. Eye protection is prudent, too.
A couple suggestions:
You have the same quality over all your pieces if you replace the original ones with self made too.
I guess it depends on what you consider 'ridiculous'. I haven't used this kit, but I was looking at it and considering it. Foamwerks
Toner is the ink used in laser printer. It will not work on regular inkjet! You can use any laser printer, does not have to be anything special (library printers are generally laser printers && black/white printing is cheap) -- what you want to make sure is that the settings for printing is set to TEXT (no grey areas, must be solid black prints) for the foiling to work perfectly.
You will also need foil paper, such as this foil via Amazon!
Hope this help, let me know if you have any questions :)
I use this stuff. It sucks as a transfer tape but sticks just enough to mask pieces for cutting. Since it’s so wide, it’s easy to cover entire sheets of material.
If you're not concerned about quality you could use printable sticker paper and DIY
Rock Paper Scissors Removable is the best I've tried. The first paper I tried was hard to cut and not reposititionable at all. This cuts easily and I can peel it up without tearing my planner paper.
I used this vinyl. Then let it cure for 24 hours.
The unicorn head glitter was from a different place on amazon.
I had the "engineer" design on a mug that I ran through the dishwasher a few times a week. It lasted probably about a year, maybe a little longer. If you're worried about it, I would always recommend hand washing. Since I can just remake it whenever I need to, I felt that lasting a year through the dishwasher was reasonable enough for me.
Using Oracal 651 is the general consensus for best results, but below is a link for what I used the first time around (and what the orange vinyl is) I'm trying out the cricut adhesive foil for the "engineer" this time. It seems like it's on there pretty well.
I have a 3/4 sleeve, and had my 1st and 3rd gen apple watches work on my darkly tatooed wrist. Why it works, I dunno.
Check this >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Glhs9Bkxjc
It is pretty much putting a clear "bottle cap sticker" over the sensor on the back. Did it to mine, and just removed it each day when I had to charge it. Can get a big pack for about ten dollars on amazon.
I used my apple watch to track my bike rides, spin class, and runs, and it worked fine. HR was perfect as well. I am going to give it a shot on my Explorist later this month.
if you have clear resin you could put the spider into a mould with the clear resin like those magazines do that give out bugs in resin I once used this stuff https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pebeo-Gedeo-300ml-Crystal-Resin/dp/B0027J1DB2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1473324884&amp;sr=8-1&amp;keywords=resin
I've seen other UK people's epoxy resin projects using this brand from amazon.co.uk
I bought the corner rounder and photo paper similar to this.
Printing on photo paper did the trick: no need to do the gloss spray, and it came out in quality easily as good as the Pathfinder Pawns quality. VERY impressed and VERY highly recommended.
The corner rounder didn't work so well. The one I bought for $10 with a 10mm radius didn't cut through the 2mm board that I used. It was basically the same rounder that Vynx used, but they were cutting much thinner board.
I am debating whether or not I want to get a heavy duty corner rounder or not.
EDIT: Got the heavy duty rounder, worked pretty well. Instructions have been updated.
I bought this pack of sticker paper.
I gathered images from mtgproxy.net. I rescaled them a bit after testing on regular paper. I think it was plus or minus around 10%, can’t remember.
If you’re adept with Photoshop or the like (I think I just used Preview), you can crop out just the images to fit more on one page to save sticker paper.
To print, make sure to adjust your printer settings. The first sheet I printed smeared a ton and had white specks everywhere. In printer settings (varies by printer), you can select different types of paper. I didn’t see a sticker paper option so I chose Matte finish and the thickest option it had. Worked great!
I then whipped out some scissors, and that’s it!
I didn't really like the gold motors. So I simply used a black sticker I bought from amazon (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NQMLVUM/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&amp;psc=1) and now it looks like this. Not bad. Also didn't like the 97mm evolve wheels at all, so I decided to change it to abecs11 from my old BGT.
It is an arts and craft machine designed to cut out patterns and print drawings; hooks up to your home computer like a printer. Check out:
Cameo on Amazon
After I selected what I wanted cut out on the plastic stencil material, I fed that sheet into the machine and it cuts out the design. My wife uses it to cut out vinyl to apply to T-shirt’s, things like that.
...sorry if i put too many. I love looking at this stuff. If thats cheating, feel free to only count the first haha
I used Oracal vinyl and a paper cutter for the angles/straight-edge cuts.
I watched this video and it really helped me out + gave me direction with applying the vinyl, even though it was my first time messing with it on a bike.
Before cutting the pieces out of the vinyl roll, I used paper to help create a template. I didn't take many photos of the process, but I did create a "highlight" on my Instagram account (same username), showing a few pics/vids that I took during the process.
Here's one that has good reviews, comes in purple or grey, has extra wide slots, and has bagel and frozen and other settings
I suggest getting a wall decal! Theyre cheap and awesome. Like this one that's Dr Seuss, and inspirational... or this one that gives you areas to place pictures. But you can also get 3D butterflies and chalkboard sheets.
As for gift, what I'd really like is some new watercolors (either cakes or pencils) and I need more paper. Probably one of the mixed media visual journal booklets as they're the best bang for the buck. Or you can look thru my lists (sorted by price) to whatever your budget is and find something with a "high" or above ranking if you like.
Hope I helped!!
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Here's all the files you'll need.
For the paper, I just use standard 8.5x14" Legal paper. My printer has a duplexer, but it won't duplex legal, so I had to do a manual duplex (flipping the paper over by hand and printing everything again). The cover is 65lb Bristol Board and was manually duplexed as well.
My books have 10 pages in them, which is made by two sides of 5 sheets of paper. The pages print 2-up per page and they are cut down the middle long-ways, that way when you fold them in half, the score sheet appears on the front page and the notes page ends up on the back of the score sheet. 5 sheets of paper make two books. I have a paper cutter that can cut the full length of the legal sheet, but if you don't, you can simply use a straight edge and a razor blade, or if you have a regular paper cutter, you can just fold the pages in half on the short edge, then cut them in half on the long edge.
Once everything is stapled, I round the corners using a corner cutter. Here's a cheaper corner cutter, but it can't handle the whole book at once. I have both of those corner cutters, and the cheaper one comes in very handy for other projects I do.
In that link is both Trap and Skeet books. I have a doubles sheet, but I need to finish the cover. Once I get done with it, it'll be in that link as well.
I bought the machine brand new about 2 weeks ago and have only used it for one prior project (also vinyl stickers w/ laminate) and had the same problem then. I used a different laminate on the last project (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0759SV64G/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_image_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&amp;psc=1) but the vinyl was the same.
I will say that the one thing that's constant is that if I don't do a 2x cut, the cut will always be a kiss cut and won't cut through much of the backing paper (it may cut all the way through slightly in a few places). I'm not super familiar with how these die cutters determine how deep to cut, but my layman's assumption was that the backing paper stopped the cut or something.
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I find it surprising you're unable to get even cuts with your straight edge cutter. What kind are you using? I have a Fiskars paper cutter and it works well. To round the corners, you could get a 1/4" corner rounder.
I have These, These, and These on my child/baby list..me and my son go nuts for stickers!
I have 7 wishlists, because being organized is awesome.
On my general one, I have bluetooth earphones, this tea/mug set, a Silhouette Cameo 3, BOSU ball and various other workout equiptment, a BaBylissPro Titanium straightener, and an essential oil diffuser.
I then have a bedroom redo list with a couple items, a book wishlist with like 100 books, a list for gifts for my family as I come across possible things to get them for holidays and their bithdays, a kombucha wishlist with new jars and other fun kombucha things, potions and powders for smoothies and matcha lattes at home, and a vegan list where I keep my vegan snacks, plant protein, and other plant-based items.
I guess I wasn't thinking small-scale enough. Thinking about cutting multiple layers at once.
So basically 300$ and off you go. I guess.
Hey thanks for replying! So I’ve tried about 3 vinyl paper in which all three harbor the same results, “Cricut Vinyl Paper”, PPD Inkjet Glossy Creative Vinyl Stickers , and Neato Blank White Full Sheet Printable Labels .
I’ve tried 2 laminates, XFasten and StyleTech
All can be found on amazon
Grab these from Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BAKWKP2/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_dp_ss_1?pf_rd_p=1944687462&amp;pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe-1&amp;pf_rd_t=201&amp;pf_rd_i=B00BNWGVDO&amp;pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&amp;pf_rd_r=0Q89N3CHZG0FFRZSZCRA
Then print your custom images on something like this:
And you can make your own custom dice to your hearts content.
Don't spend that much, that's automotive grade. Oracal is high quality, used for permanent stickers:
If you know someone with a Cricut or other vinyl cutter you could get a precision cut...