Monday, June 9, 2014

Make the Most Out of Wholesale Scrapbook Supplies

Scrapbooking is a fun and creative way to preserve history. Martha Stewart calls scrapbooks as everyone’s novel, and it is also generally recognized as an effective way of collecting anything people don’t want to lose, like ideas, recipes and post cards. Fun as it is, though, it can easily become costly as quality supplies come at a price. Good thing there are scrapbooking supplies wholesalers where hobbyists can buy in bulk and get discounts.

Buying in wholesale, however, could be counterproductive as one is left with a surplus of supplies that one may not use all the time. Here are tips on how to make the most out of wholesale scrapbooking supplies:

1.    Stack on basic tools. People can get great deals on wholesales and it is the perfect place for one to start stacking out on pencils and light colored gel pens for marking, and bone folders to score and fold pages.
2.    Supply on rub-on letters and numbers. This is really essential for those that don’t have the most attractive penmanship. Rub-on letters and numbers are the perfect alternative in making labels when calligraphy is not a scrapbook-maker’s strong point.

3.    Get adhesive tapes and photo corners. Scrapbooks contain more photos than texts so it’s only natural to pile up some adhesive tapes and photo corners to place pictures on scrapbooks.

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