Dating back to the 19th century, scrapbooking is a fun way to preserve and personalize artwork, photographs, and so much more. When you're ready to create your very own scrapbook, several craft stores around Redmond offer everything from cardstock to a wide range of embellishments. Here are some of the best shops near our Redmond apartments.
Paper Source’s mission is to help customers create something special. Sue Lindstrom founded the company in 1983 to share handcrafted papers from around the world. The selection has since expanded, and you can also enjoy in-store sessions that allow you to explore your creative side. Along with paper, other items for sale also include stickers, rubber stamps, and embossing essentials. To save time, you can shop online and pick up your order at the store.
A nonprofit organization, Seattle Recreative strives to promote environmental stewardship through art education and creative reuse. It helps keep thousands of pounds of reusable materials out of the landfill every year. The selection is based on donations. That means you never know what you might find. Items may include colored pencils, rubber stamps, fine art supplies, and so much more.
After working as a software engineer, Brooke decided to achieve her dream of opening a scrapbooking store. That's how Urban PaperCrafter was born. Originally called the Urban Scrapbooker, the shop offers high-quality supplies and fun classes where you can learn innovative crafting techniques. The selection for sale includes paper, die cuts, and stickers. If you can't find what you're looking for, just ask. The staff can help by placing a special order.
After shopping for scrapbooking supplies at these craft stores around Redmond, enjoy a delicious barbecue dinner at a nearby restaurant. You can order ribs, pulled chicken, and other tasty dishes – and then add a picture of your meal to your new scrapbook!
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