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Old May 4, '05, 9:09 am
Tiffse Tiffse is offline
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Default Christian Scrapbook Supplies

Would someone please tell me where I can find Christian stationery and scrapbook supplies (online or in-store)?

I've been to Michael's, Joann's, Dickson's Christian Store, Party City, and Office Max and they all have -0- in the way of Christian stationery, background papers, borders, wrapping paper, cutouts, die-cuts, etc. I'm very upset about it - isn't this country supposedly 80% Christian? What about scrapbook supplies for Baptisms, First Communions, Confirmations, Religious Ed, Weddings, Sunday School, etc.?

Please help!
The LORD bless thee, and keep thee;
The LORD make His face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee;
The LORD lift up His countenance upon thee, and give thee peace.
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Old May 4, '05, 12:11 pm
kwitz kwitz is offline
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Default Re: Christian Scrapbook Supplies

Are you familiar with Creative Memories? They have some stickers with religious/biblical sayings. Also, there is a pack of stickers designed for the Mexican celebration for 15 year girls (Quint.....?) that have several Marian stickers also. Seems to me, I used a trophy die cut and cropped off the handles for a chalice when I did First Communion pages quite a few years ago. Creative Memories also had a cut out church window pane die cut that I used. I'll have to go dig through my albums for other ideas.

Doesn't Mrs. Grossman have some bible stickers?

Hope this helps.

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Old May 4, '05, 12:29 pm
NFPfamily NFPfamily is offline
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Default Re: Christian Scrapbook Supplies

This website has some religious diecuts for scrapbooking: will also custom laser cut any image if you have something else you want made into a die cut. I have used them for many scrapbook images and have been very pleased. It also helps if you call and tell them exactly what you want instead of ordering online if you'd like other options.
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