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Where To Buy Cool Supplies Part II

By ashleyhackshaw |

I couldn’t stop at just one post (If you missed the first: Where to Buy Cool Supplies Part I), so here are more fun supplies you never knew you needed!  So many possibilities — these can be used in gifts, decor, accessories and more. Is there anything you’ve been looking for and haven’t been able to find a good source for? Ask me — it just might be on my source list!

Check out my picks after the jump!

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Where To Buy Cool Supplies (Part II of a series)

Leather Cuffs

Dharma Trading has these great, inexpensive leather cuffs you can transform into so many different styles. They also sell the leather dye and paint if you want to change the color!



About ashleyhackshaw



Ashley Hackshaw is the editor, designer, and DIYer behind the wildly popular Lil Blue Boo. She runs the successful Lil Blue Boo clothing line, clothing pattern line and DIY website, and she’s written The Cancer Chronicles, a detailed journey of her battle with a rare cancer Choriocarcinoma, intertwined with her creative lifestyle. Ashley also writes daily for Babble Home. Read bio and latest posts → Read Ashley's latest posts →

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2 thoughts on “Where To Buy Cool Supplies Part II

  1. Denise C says:

    Thank you!. I had no idea where to buy corks that would fit my vintage Fiestaware salt and pepper shakers. After 50 years of sitting in my Great Aunts kitchen the old corks just crumbled. Now I can use finally use them.

  2. Shannon says:

    Some really great supplies in there. I’ve been wanting to make a necklace and/or bracelet that my daughter can gnaw on, those felt balls might just do the trick!

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