These are some of Alice’s FAVOURITE products!

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FAVES!

 

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ADHESIVE

Scrapbookers need a variety of adhesives. 

Adhesive Tape Runner: Glue Tape from Glue Dots on Amazon

Liquid Glue: Smart Craft Glue from Scrapbook dot com

Paper Tape: Clear Double-sided 1/4 inch paper tape from Scrapbook dot com

Low Tack Repositionable Tape: Mint Tape from Scrapbook dot com

 

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ALBUMS

Alice has a rainbow of albums to store her layouts… when they finally make it out of a stack and INTO an album!

Albums: We R Memory Keepers 12×12 Ring albums from A Cherry on Top

Page Protectors: Memory Protectors top-load from Close to My Heart

Flip Flaps: Memory Protectors from Close to My Heart

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ALPHAS

If you’re looking for a great basic letter these are very versatile and come in a variety of colours. The great thing is that you can order more of the same ones when you run low!

Simple Stories  Color Vibe foam alpha from Scrapbook dot com

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CUTTING

Having quality, sharp cutting tools makes every scrapbookers job easier!

Trimmer: Fiskars 12 Inch Premium Trimmer from Scrapbook dot com

Trimmer Replacement Blades: Fiskars Titanium Triple Track 2Pk from Scrapbook dot com

Scissors: Tonic Studios Tim Holtz non-stick micro serrated scissors from Scrapbook dot com

Electronic Cutting Machine: Brother Scan N Cut from Amazon

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EMBOSSING

While there are many embossing powders out there Alice really thinks Kim from Emerald Creek Crafts does an amazing job, plus she’s eco-conscious.

Embossing Powders from Emerald Creek Crafts

 

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MIXED MEDIA

Mixed media opens a lot of doors to scrapbookers. Here are some of the supplies that will help set you off with the right foot.

Watercolor Paper: Prima 12×12 from Scrapbook dot com

Watercolour Paint: Kuretake Gansai 36 from Scrapbook dot com 

Nuvo Dream Drops: (Dream drops are the easiest to work with!) Love Potion is beautiful and iridescent from Scrapbook dot com

Craft Scrubbie: (for cleaning inky fingers) from Amazon

Tim Holtz Air Blower: for use with Alcohol Inks from A Cherry on Top

Yupo Paper 74lb 11×14: for use with Alcohol Inks from A Cherry on Top

Deco Foil Copper: to add some metallic shine to your projects from A Cherry on Top

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ORGANIZATION

Washi Tape Storage Cube from Scrapbook dot com

Ink Pad Storage Tower from Scrapbook dot com

 

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PENS & MARKERS

Copic Multiliner Pens (from A Cherry On Top) – these pens don’t bleed and are amazing with watercolour, mixed media and alcohol ink markers too!

Sarasa Mark On Zebra Pens (from Amazon) – these pens are a ballpoint pen that is NOT a gel pen and they are meant not to bleed.

Sharpie S-Note creative markers (from Amazon) are great highlighters that don’t smear most inks! They come in light colours similar to the Zebra Mildliners, but are better at not smearing. (in my tests!) I like them with the Copic Multiliners, Sharpie pens (felt tip), Sharpie Gel pens, and my favourite Sarasa Mark On pens from Zebra.

 

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PRINTING

Epson Eco-Tank ET2750 from Amazon

Canon Selphy Printer (Alice’s choice for on-the-go scrapbooking!) on Amazon

Ink for Canon Selphy from Amazon

 

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STAMPS & INK

Stamps: Concord & 9th

Stamps: Gina K Designs

Dye Ink: Concord & 9th Premium Dye Ink

Dye Ink: Gina K Designs

Distress Oxide Ink: Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Oxide pads from Scrapbook dot com

Stamp Clean Up: Lawn Fawn Shammy from Scrapbook dot com

Ink Pad Storage: These towers from Scrapbook dot com hold 12 ink pads each and fit ink pads from most companies including Distress Oxides, Concord & 9th, Catherine Pooler, and more.

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STENCILING

I use stencils with my inks and mixed media supplies.

My favourite stencils are from Scrapping Reflections and The Crafter’s Workshop.

Brushes: When putting ink through a stencil the best tool, in my opinion is a brush. I like the brushes from Gina K Designs. They have super-soft bristles and you can vary the amount of ink you transfer to your paper by putting pressure on the head of the brush. 

Brushes from Gina K Designs

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Distress Oxides

I flocked to join the crafters and scrapbookers that have fallen head over heels in love with the new Tim Holtz Salvaged Patina Distress Oxide ink. 

I made this comparison chart of the shades of blue. 

Find the ink on Scrapbook dot com HERE.

(Love the chicken stamp set? It’s a Picket Fence set called One Hot Chick. Find it HERE.)