Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Tuesday Morning Scrapbooking & Paper Crafts Supply Haul

Tuesday Morning Paper Crafts Haul

I love using scrapbooking and memory album supplies in my traveler's notebooks and planners, so I decided to stop by Tuesday Morning to see what they had in stock.  Sunday is a really good day to visit my local Tuesday Morning.  I have gone during the week but it is usually not stocked and the craft supply shelves are fairly picked over from the weekend.  This time I found some cute items that will work well for using in my travelers notebooks and personal planners.
The first item I bought was a really cool Memory Planner Embellishment Kit for $5.99.  They had three different color schemes in stock but I really liked the pink set.  This kit came with 5 planner clips, some die cut journaling cards, a washi sticker page, 6 clear numerical sticker sheets, a colorful clear floral themed sticker sheet, 1 gold alphabet sticker sheet, 6 self-adhesive page tags, 3 assorted size frames, and 8 individual cling stamps that are great for use in my planner.  This is an amazing deal for the price.  I found the same kit on Amazon for $18.00
Contents of Kit
The second item I purchased was a 3 piece page divider set by K&Company.

I really like these dividers and still have some unfinished Smash Books that I could add them to. This was a great deal at 99 cents.



The third item I purchased was a really pretty 8" x 8" Serengeti paper pack by 7 Gypsies. This pack was a bargain at $3.99 for 48 Sheets of double sided paper. The prints are perfect for me to use in my traveler's journals.  I found the same pack on Amazon for $15.75.


The fourth and last item that I purchased was a 12" x 12" Paper Pad by American Crafts.  This pack is called the Country Rustic pack and has 48 single sided pages.  These are perfect for backgrounds and for me to use when shooting Instagram photos.   I paid $6.99 for the Country Rustic Paper Pack which is a currently selling on Amazon for $14.08.

I love to shop at Tuesday Morning.  It can be challenging to shop there because each store is stocked differently.  I have two by my work and one by my home, so I have a few choices when I decide I want to visit one.  The deals there are often really good.  I tend to use my phone and compare prices with Amazon to check and see if an item is priced well or not.  It is also a great way to read reviews on products before I make a purchase.  Also, since I have a small crafting space I give myself a budget of $20 to shop with (this includes tax).  I seem to be able to find all types of deals there without exceeding that budget.  I would love to know if anyone else gives themselves a budget before venturing into that store too.

Disclaimer: I don't work for Tuesday Morning (thank goodness because I would probably buy too much paper from them) nor for any of the companies mentioned in this post.  






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