Tuesday, April 2, 2013

The next time you visit Washington state, there are several scrapbooking stores you have to visit.  Many I have already mentioned on my blog.  This weekend, my husband and I, my sister Jan and her 9-year-old son, made the 90-minute trip to Bellingham to visit Stampadoodle & The Paper Cafe.  We have not been to this store in 3 years, so we were long overdue for a visit (and our receipt proved it!).

To entice you into this wonderful store, here are some photos of what to expect:

Loads of paper and ribbon! Each scrapbooking store has paper that everyone else has, and each has paper no one else has.  This store is no different.  In fact, it does carry a paper line I have never seen at any other store.  As they are also into bookbinding, they have always had this unusual paper.  You gotta come in to see what I'm talking about.

More paper, larger rolls of twine, and card/envelope packages.  There are many more shelves of paper than what is shown here.

Many choices in brass templates for embossing and fancy paper for origami.

Hundreds of rubber stamps, which is what this store is famous for!

Large selection of die cuts!

Need ink?  They have it in all shapes and sizes.....

More ink....

Samples of using their products are all over the store.  This one is hanging above the brass templates for embossing.  (And you can take photos of their samples!)

Into metal work?  They have supplies for that as well.

They has so much in their store, that it is impossible to put it all here.  You just need to drive up to Bellingham to see it all!

And the staff are very helpful!

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