Affiliates Disclaimer & Essential Supplies


As of 2016, I will do my best to list most of the supplies that were used for a particular project under each post. In most cases, the supply list will not contain information on essentials like cardstock, adhesives, markers, etc - see information below related to the ones most commonly used by me. 

I will mostly link to Simon Says Stamp, since this is a shop that both the US based and non-US based readers can purchase from. I might also link to, for the exact same reasons. 

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For those of you who prefer to shop in Europe, I recommend CraftStash - their prices are absolutely unbeatable, and they have a wide variety of products. Also, if you're a new customer, you can get 20% off your first order!

Please note that I am a Simon Says Stamp,, Trinity StampsMFT, Altenew & CraftStash affiliate, which means that if you purchase supplies through the links provided on my blog, I will get a small commission from the shop, without any additional cost to you. 

By making purchases through the links I provide, you support my blog and sponsor any future giveaways, for which I am truly grateful. Please know that I only link to products that I use and recommend.


I usually source adhesives in shops local to me, for convenience purposes. You can find the double sided tape I currently use here, the roller/snail adhesive here. 3D foam tape and foam squares usually come from random stationery shops and/or Mr Price. I am not all that professional as you can see ;o) 

Unless otherwise stated, I currently use a discontinued cardstock line by Papermania (Papermania Colossal Mixed Colour 12x12 Card Pack), and packs of A4 colourful cardstock that I get through Tchibo Online (yes, they sell crafty stuff from time to time!). For white card bases I usually use Neenah or Simon Says Stamp brands.

I generally use Copic Markers for my colouring. Should you require more information on colours used on a particular project, please don't hesitate to ask - I don't tend to keep tracks of the exact lists of markers used, but my marker collection is not huge, so I might have an idea of what colours were used. 

I use the Sizzix Big Shot for all my die-cutting (unless otherwise stated). Mine is the old pink and black version

Updated December 2018:
As of December 2018 (thank you, Santa!), I am no longer using my black and pink Big shot - I got the updated grey and white one:

Sizzix BIG SHOT MACHINE Gray And White 660425

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