Crafts & Hobbies
Featured Crafts & Hobbies Online Catalogs
Tip: Gift wrap for guys
You bought paper but not a bow? Not surprised. Curled ribbon can create an instant bow for a gift. Pull the ribbon with a pair of scissors and you will create something money can't buy--a great presentation.
Tip: Cleaning paint and glue brushes
No one likes a stiff or dirty paint brush. Soaking your brushes in fabric softner for an hour before cleaning will help loosen the paint and keep the brush soft much longer.
Enjoy crafts? Here you'll find the latest in craft supplies and hobby accessories
If you love to add your own special touch to everything in your home with craft projects, then you'll love our stores selling arts and crafts supplies at affordable prices. From sewing and knitting to scrapbooking and paper projects, our online stores have everything you need to make your personalized gifts, greeting cards, and home accessories shine.
They carry stickers, glitter, stencils, and other tools you'll need for scrapbooks, calendars, photo projects, and more. Perfect for artists and other professional crafters, our online catalogs have quality brushes, paints, canvases, and more to complete your home art studio. They also carry a wide selection of starter craft kits that are great for beginners or projects with kids. Stained glass, pottery, and woodworking, are only a few of the types of craft projects and kits that are available through our catalogs. When it comes to hobbies, we offer online catalogs that carry dollhouses, models, and even stamp collecting accessories. If you're just starting out in the world of crafts or hobbies, you may want to pick up one of the many instructional books or DVDs sold on a wide variety of subjects. These step-by-step instruction guides will help you become a novice crafter in no time.
I sat down with my grandkids and made the sweetest little dolls for their dollhouse. I got all the accessories from here. It's great!
- Judith, Annapolis, MD.
-The Times to Charish catalog is Scrapbooking heaven!!
-Samantha Ocala, FL.
Tip: Put your glasses on when threading a needle
If that doesn't help (which most times it won't), keep a piece of white paper pinned to the top of your sewing kit. When threading, place the needle in front of the white paper so that your eye can better focus on the needle.