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$ Store supplies

Posted by minnie_tx (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 4, 06 at 15:07

the Dollar Store is stocking some nice things for the card maker or scrapbooker. They have a new paper/photo trimmer. tiny brads in different colors and lots of 12X12 papers and see thru protetors.


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RE: $ Store supplies

Thanks for the heads up, Minnie.
Is the store really called "Dollar Store," or is it some other 'dollar store' such as Big Lots, Family Dollar, Dollar General, etc.?

What size is the paper trimmer? What brand?
Will have to go take a look at the brads and paper, too!


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Sorry, It is Dollar Tree. The brad's and cutter are by "Miss Elizabeth's" you can put a piee of 8 1/2" paper in the short way (Like if you are cutting a piece in half for a card) It comes with an extra blade too. There are at least 25 little brads in the pkgs. I don't know what brand the papers are.
The paper cutter is nice. It is a slider cutter.

BTW someone said Dollar Tree is taking Discover Card now but I can't say for sure.


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Thanks, Minnie. There are several Dollar Trees near me.

For those of you who want to know where to find the nearest Dollar Tree, just go to the Google Local Search linked below, and put
"Dollar Tree" #####
in the search box. Just put your zipcode in the place of the #####.

Here is a link that might be useful: Google Local Search


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I like the papers and embellishments at Dollar Tree a lot! You can also get scrapping supplies at Big Lots (they change frequently), Deals and now JoAnn Fabrics has a line of $1.00 embellishments, too! Happy shopping everyone!
Sue


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I've been finding some good stuff at Dollar Tree and Big Lots, too. It's always fun to go into Big Lots and see what is new. You can't beat the prices!


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I saw the same paper trimmer in Big Lots for 1.99 today!!


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Be careful when buying the paper trimmer. While it may cut a straight line, it may not be exactly even. 2 of the ones I've purchased cut the paper at an ever so slight angle. It wasn't even noticible until you started working with the cut piece. It's fixable, but a little hassle, nonetheless.


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also be careful with the supplies...they are not all acid free. Doublecheck.


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