Supplies to Add to Your Collection Winchester KY
Michael's Arts Crafts
2309 Nicholasville Road
3130 Mapleleaf Dr Ste 105
Lexington Art League
209 Castlewood Dr
Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store
125 E Reynolds Rd, Ste 160
American Academy of Equine Art
3915 Jay Trump Rd
1953 Pavilion Way Hamburg Pavilio
Miller Fine Art & Framing
6355 Old Jacks Creek Rd
3479 Greentree Road
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Shumaker's Art Materials & Custom Framing
400 Old Vine St, Suite 103
3401 Nicholasville Rd
Supplies to Add to Your Collection
Adhesive Dot Stamper by Elmer's
The Adhesive Dot Stamper is revolutionary in that it eliminates the peel-and-stick annoyance of other dot adhesive products by automatically advancing and producing thin dots for fast, accurate application. The adhesive is very strong and is also acid free. The unit includes 500 dots and a refill is available. $9.99. For more information, visit www.elmers.com/crafters or call 888-435-6377.
Audrey and Sparrow Collections by Glitz Design
Glitz Design makes scrapbooking easy and fun with coordinating collections! The Audrey and Sparrow Collections are just two of the many fabulous Glitz assortments. Each coordinating line offers beautifully designed double-sided papers, border, title and journaling stickers, plus colored rub-ons. These rub-ons go on like butter and have a black patent leather shine to them! Find a store near you as well as free downloads and project ideas at www.glitzitnow.com .
Summer Cool Collection by Imaginisce
Summer scrapping never tasted so good! These mouthwatering papers, rub-ons, epoxy brads, ribbons and sunny-colored paper flowers capture the best of the season! For more information, visit www.imaginisce.com or call Joan at 888-908-8111.
Citronella by K&Company
Paper creations have it made in the shade with sunny Citronella, a summery blend of sizzling micro patterns and balmy summertime icons. $0.52-30.90. For more information, visit www.kandcompany.com .
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