A Fun New Place To Shop!

With a new house coming our way (we close in two days!), I’ve been dreaming up all sorts of decor and organizing projects. I’ve been on the prowl for cool products and good deals. Today I want to share a new favorite website for buying crafting supplies.

ConsumerCrafts.com is a one-stop-shop for all the crafty supplies you need! They have stuff for doll making, soap making, kid crafts, painting, knitting, party hosting and everything in between. It’s everything I love all in one place!

Here are a few things I’ve been drooling over:

Isn’t this little metal flower pot cute? I love the burlap label. I want to get three or four to sit on my kitchen windowsill. They come in two sizes. They’d also be cute for holding buttons or hair bows.

I also spotted these mini red lanterns:

I want to buy a bunch of them for my Christmas tree. Add some woodland creatures, a big flannel check treeskirt and how cute would that be?!

I’m buying a bunch of these clear plastic storage boxes:

I need better storage in my craft room and these are the perfect, inexpensive solution. I’ve got a great idea for them that you’ll have to check back in a couple of days to see.

Last little treasure I found:

I have something similar to this wire milk bottle carrier in my craft room and I LOVE it. I put four mason jars in it and use it to hold my scissors and pens. It keeps them accessible but coralled. Love it! It would also be a great eating utensil holder if you’re short on drawer space or if you’re throwing a party.

ConsumerCrafts.com has something for every crafter. They have great prices and the purchasing process was easy. They also have awesome sales, which you know I love. And shipping is free when you spend $75. Which is way too easy to do with all the stuff you’re going to NEEEEEED from them.

Oh, and you won’t want to miss their Christmas catalog with coupon. Yay! Christmas!!!

**I was compensated for writing this post, but all the drooling over cute crafting supplies? Yeah, that’s all me.


  1. We close in 8 days on our first new house! So I am totally with you on planning and dreaming all sorts of home projects (and conveniently, Christmas projects, too!) I will have to check this site out! Thanks! And congratulations!

  2. My 4 year old son is adamant that he wants to be a milkman when he grows up (thanks to an outdated Richard Scarry career book that we have!). I might have to get that milk bottle carrier for him, haha.


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