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    Scrapbook supply stores

    I called a few of the scrapbook supply contacts listed in previous posts but it seems they have all closed down or moved. Anyone have any ideas where I can get scrapbook materials (stamps, embellishments, buttons, cardboard, chipstocks)? Anywhere besides Spotlight in Megabox? Thanks.

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    Spotlight has lots of varities but too far to go down there.

    The one in citic tower had closed down, i don't know where they have moved, but the price there was so expensive.

    Artland is wanchai has few choices on pens.

    I have LOTS of papers if you want to buy, selling for $4 each. acid free from U.S.

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    Crafteroo is run out of HK, so delivery times are fast.

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    Hi Katboo,

    Thanks for the link, but it's mostly beads, sequins which can easily be bought at shamshuipo at a cheaper price.

    Mintycat, are you doing traditional scrapbooking? i am, but like you, i find it hard to get supplies here, i sometimes buy thru US websites.

    I have around 500 pcs of papers, most has duplicates so i don't need it. One side print only.
    Last edited by mamaS; 04-28-2008 at 01:07 PM.

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    There's also ScrappingGals

    http://www.scrappinggals.com

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    I am a dedicated scrapper and buy my products from Spotlight, Paper Art in Central and Memory Chest. Memory Chest has closed down but is about to reopen at:

    Apt 4D Greenbelt Ct.
    Discovery Bay
    Phone:9863-3107
    Email [email protected]


    Hope this helps....

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    Thanks for all the replies! I am so glad to find some fellow scapbookers here. I am a novice and am still learning the ropes. I would love to learn from you guys. I started out with digital scrapbooking just using the templates that came with a how-to book I found but now I am addicted and I am playing with traditional scrapbooking too.

    Where is Paper Art?

    I think Scrappinggals is closed? I called the number and there was no answer.

    I have a few questions for the traditional scrappers out there:
    - where do you get sand paper?
    - what type of scissors and glue is the best?
    - do you print your own photos or print them outside? I want to print at home to save the trip and for convenience purposes. What is a good printer and do you print of photosheets or just plain cardstock?

    I also found some embellishments and acid free paper (but plain) at Prints.

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