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    have a look at www.cleverpatch.com.au

    You can purchase things there, but if you look under activities, they have heaps of ideas.
    Seamstress; Costumierre; Children's Entertainer; Face Painter...I have two girls aged 12 and 10; I have been married 12 years

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    have a look at www.cleverpatch.com.au

    You can purchase things there, but if you look under activities, they have heaps of ideas.
    Seamstress; Costumierre; Children's Entertainer; Face Painter...I have two girls aged 12 and 10; I have been married 12 years

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    Thanks will check out the activities.
    Just thought I'd let everyone know - my local Toyworld had 2L Crayola paint for $14.99each - a little more expensive than the other store but I figured postage would have been extra too. Washable too..
    We have also started saving the trays out of the biscuit tins which I am sure we will be able to make something out of.
    Now I just have to plastic coat DS craft area and we are right to go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Am being inspired by etsy and pinterest - want to do my own canvas/stencilling specifically. Anyone recommend where I could buy cheap craft supplies? Online would be great!
    I love crafting too, especially card making and personalised birthday card .. I get my craft supplies from eBay - you can frequently find huge lots of any kind of materials here. Within categories like 'crafts', there are often specific sub-categories for 'lots' of items - check them out.You can try this site too- http://www2.buy-a-rama.com/search-re...RPLEPOSTBOX-v1
    Last edited by pkjan; 20-05-2012 at 21:35.

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    let this be a warning to you STAY AWAY FROM ETSY and PINTEREST i recently discovered these and OH MY GOD ssssooo many good ideas some i had in my head but i now have 3 a4 pages of ideas/crafts i want to try and maybe do a lil store at our markets VERY ADDICTIVE lol

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    Lol! Yes I have discovered pinterest not Etsy though, is Etsy australian and how does it work?

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    its a worldwide thing but can look up australian sellers kinda like ebay. The way i see it and im still very new to it (only serached cute baby things lol) is that its like an ebay but more so for small businesses that handcraft/make their own things ....correct me if im wrong lol

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    madeit.com.au is kind of similar to etsy but Australian. Also on etsy you can search for goods from Australia.

    Op shops & garage sales sometimes have bulk lots of crafty stuff that people don't want. Cheap shops sometimes have quite good stuff too!
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    I also found that when i searched on ebay for items like buttons, tulle ect crafty things, i also discovered my local craft shop had a website and found things cheaper plus if i order thru them i wont have to pay for postage as i can go in and pickup whenever which is sssoo helpful as i live 10km out of town and i wont be rummaging and searching for things when i go in there (and also buying unnecessary things like i always do lol) the website is www.createandsee.com.au

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    I like visiting Riot regularly and raiding their clearance bins. Bargains galore.
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