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Craft Suppliers

Updated on February 28, 2013

Where do you buy your craft supplies?

Do you buy your craft supplies online or at your local craft stores? Do you get competitive pricing and good selection of sewing, knitting, and jewelry supplies? Do you sell your crafts online or at craft fairs? If so, did you know that creative packaging may increase your sales and may motivate customers to shop with you more frequently? Both, craft supplies and unique packaging can be purchased online at very competitive pricing. This article is a guide to your online craft suppliers .

Handmade Craft Supplies Etsy

Are you familiar with Etsy? Did you know that you can buy a variety of craft supplies on Etsy? Vintage buttons, jewelry supplies, packaging, yarn, fabrics, zippers, just to name a few... Not only do you get competitive pricing and excellent selection, but you also enjoy personal attention and unique shopping experience. Many artists use Etsy exclusively for all their art and craft supply needs.

Bubble Mailers

If you own an online business, bubble mailers is a convenient and cheap way to mail your products. And Ebay is one of the best place to shop for mailers - you get a great deal for your buck!

"Handmade" books on Amazon

"The Handmade Marketplace" is an awesome resource for Etsy sellers!!! Highly recommended!

Do you buy your craft supplies on Etsy? If not, where do you shop for your craft supplies?

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Check out this Etsy shop! Really cheap and interesting etsy.com/shop/CodettiSupply

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      katiecolette 4 years ago

      @anonymous: So glad to hear that your daughter's Etsy shop is doing well!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I still don't Etsy but my daughter keeps getting orders and has added products and loving it all!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      My daughter has an Etsy store now, and is hoping to make some sales of her crochet items. She says she has several orders to get done for people in the town where she lives.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Yes , I have done many times, and lots of other online stores too, they seem to have a better choice of new products on the market than Michaels does, and they are the only craft store I have here. I used to sell on Etsy too, love it.

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      goo2eyes lm 5 years ago

      in the local supermarket

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      cr00059n 6 years ago

      Great work. I looked over these and am happy to take it as really good advice. Thanks

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      homphreybugart 6 years ago

      nice lens,

      I buy some supplies on etsy, some on ebaYinc, but most I find here and there at yardsales, junk stores and one of the local church thrifts. I also destash a lot of supplies on etsy and Artfire

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      darciefrench lm 6 years ago

      I have a good friend I met online in Indiana on Etsy- she makes 'plarn' bags. -:)

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      Virginia Allain 6 years ago from Central Florida

      Interesting. I'd not explored Etsy as a craft supply source.