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    Hunkydory Craft Stacks Pick of the Week

    The complete collection includes all four themes: Tropicanarama, Bee Happy, Garden and Window to the Heart and comprises of 96 Foiled and Die-Cut Topper Sheets, 16 Sheets of Acetate or Parchment Papers, 48 Foiled Background Papers, 96 double-sided printed papers and 96 single sided inserts.

    Bee Happy is a super-cute pad filled with playful bees in lovely scenes of nature and the artwork will create lovely projects for all ages, while the soft colour palette adds a lovely touch.

    Tropicanarama is a beautifully bright pad with a wonderful tropical theme, incorporating parrots, flamingos and much more. The vibrancy of this pad will help to create stand-out projects.

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      Hello, can anyone recommend a seller on ebay for kraft card. I thought it would be easy to find some but there appears to be lots of different qualities. I need some for my stepsons wedding invitations but as I have never bought kraft card before I could do with some guidance please
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      Don't know about ebay - I got some in a mixed package in a sale from Lynda Chapman. I used the Kraft card for Christmas cards and the card itself was good quality.

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      I was going to mention Lynda Chapman too! Her site is called Creative Crafting World now. I've never bought kraft card from her but have read loads of blogs where people have used it and her products do have a good name out there in the crafting world.

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      Snap! I was going to say Lynda as well linnick. I haven't had the actual card in sheets but I have had her Kraft fancy cards. Personally, as its for something so special I wouldn't risk ebay in case its not nice to use. I think Sara D has Kraft card too, and if she gets it from the same place as her other cardstock it will be good stuff. Don't know if Hunkydory do it, but again, if they do then their cardstock is always good stuff too. might be worth checking them all out for quantities etc?
      Two and two make four...........but now and then they add up to three and occasionally, just occasionally its five !

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      Anna Marie does nice quality Cardstock, from memory p and p is charged by weight unless you spend over 30 though.

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      Thank you for your replies ladies. I will look at the sites you mention. I have never bought kraft card before-I'm a pastels gal!. As it's a special occasion I need it to be good quality. Not my style of card but it's what they want so I'll give it a go
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      Try asking companies for a sample before placing a large order. Any decent company should be happy to send you one.

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      I have used Foundations Kraft Card in the past. Great quality.


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