It’s definitely that time of year where I usually get bit with the crafting bug. Even though I’m not a naturally crafty person — as in, about 1/2-2/3 of my projects never get seen because they don’t turn out — it doesn’t keep me from wanting to craft! Unfortunately, crafting doesn’t come without a price, so I’m always looking for inexpensive ways to replenish my crafting supply.
I recently heard about ConsumerCrafts.com, and I’m starting to wonder why I had never heard of it before! They seriously have some of the least expensive crafting supplies I’ve seen. As I was browsing through all their products, I couldn’t help but think of all the fun projects I wanted to make!
I was so tempted to look at all the supplies they had, but I decided to stick with the seasonal section that had tons of crafts perfect for Christmas. This was probably a good idea, because I still spent over an hour searching through all the supplies and deciding which would be best for the projects I had in mind. Let’s not even talk about how much time I spent on Pinterest coming up with some inspiration!
If you buy over $75 worth of product, you can get free shipping. And believe me, at that point, you will have accumulated a lot of stuff. I was really surprised at much I was able to get for just under $50, and I didn’t even use any coupons.
So if you are looking for a one-stop-shop for craft supplies, definitely look into Consumer Crafts! I did have some issues creating an account when I first tried to check out, so I waited until morning, but my shopping cart was still there, and the problem seemed to be fixed. Beyond that, it was shipped pretty quickly, and I had all my awesome crafty-goodness in about a week.
I can’t wait to share with you all of my fun DIY Christmas projects I’m working on with some of the items I got. Be sure to check out the Consumer Craft’s catalog for lots of fun ideas (and to get an exclusive ConsumerCrafts.com coupon code for 35% off), as well as follow their social networks – Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and Google+, as well as their awesome blog!
I was provided with a Consumer Craft’s gift card to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own!