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I must apologize in advance for this ‘enabling’ post.  I’m sure you didn’t plan on spending some money today, but when you take a look at some of these finds, you just might be tempted!  Here are some more sources for finding those one-of-a-kind and unique scrapping supplies.  (For past posts on this topic, please click here.)

A Million Memories recently expanded their store to include vintage ribbons and other unique findings to include in your craft projects.  Items are usually one-of-a-kind so they are in very limited supply.  One vintage pack in blues can be seen at left.  Have a look at all the treasures here.

Blissful Provisions is an Etsy shop specializing in "Supplies for the Vintage Romantic in You."  Right now you will find trims, lace and old buttons in the store.  Shown at right is some pale blue vintage scalloped lace which you can find for sale here.

It’s Bella, another Etsy shop, has lots of vintage supplies available as well.  Keeping with the blue theme of this post (!), take a look at the pretty vintage baby blue chenille pipe cleaners which are available here.  Also, I couldn’t help but notice the beautiful vintage rhinestone costume jewelry (shown at left) which would make great paper flower centres, like we showed in our Scrapping Spring e-book!

Suburban Stash also has some things that caught my eye.  Love these thick felt chandeliers!  (See photo at right.)  They also have cupcake and butterfly shapes.

Speaking of felt, you must take a look at these adorable mini felted butterflies by Vermont Fairies. (One photo is shown at left.)

One more thing to tell you about.  Sun and Moon Craft Kits has Scrabble tiles available here.  These are great for altered projects, not to mention making your own pendants.

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  1. Heather Prins
    September 4th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    thanks for the enabling!!!!

  2. Lynda Brothers
    September 4th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    My favorite subject in school was math (I really liked school, and did well in all subjects, but math was my favorite). It didn’t matter what kind of math… algebra, trig, geometry… I loved it all–still do. If I see a math worksheet, I just have to sit down and do it!!!!

  3. Lynda Brothers
    September 4th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    Sorry about the favorite subject post, I put it in the wrong section!

  4. txscrapaddict
    September 4th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    I love all the vintage and handcrafted items finding their way into scrapping!

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