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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Adhesive-backed supplies

Today's tip is about places to purchase adhesive-backed supplies.  While they can be purchased from the manufacturers or suppliers of your die cutting machines, that is often not the least expensive way to go.  Here are some places I've found that offer these supplies at a better price: Oh My Crafts sells adhesive backed vinyl in a variety of colors and periodically put it on sale for a VERY good price.  You can get larger quantities of vinyl (i.e. by the YARD) at Sign Warehouse.  "MatStack" Adhesive-Backed Cardstock can often be found on sale at places like Joannes at the end of the season. Another place with a variety of adhesive-backed supplies - including paper - is Texas Craft.

PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT an endorsement of these products - simply information you may find useful.  I have not yet purchased anything from Sign Warehouse or Texas Craft, so can't personally vouch for them. Nor can I guarantee good results for you from those places that I HAVE purchased product from, though my experiences have been positive.

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