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Tim Holtz - Distress Crayons - Pearls - Holiday Set #1 - SCK78258
Tim Holtz Distress Crayons are formulated to achieve vibrant colouring effects on porous surfaces for mixed-media. The smooth water-reactive pigments are ideal for creating brilliant backgrounds, watercolouring and more. This package contains three 5.25 inch long crayons in Kitsch Flamingo, Prized Ribbon and Salvaged Patina Distress. Non-toxic. Conforms to ASTM D 4236. Imported.
Welcome to Scrapbook Affair, as a keen crafter it was a small step to becoming a addicted Scrapbooker. I also dabble a little in card making . Scrapbooking for me is my quiet space, I often get lost and time flies. So enjoy browsing, I hope you will sign up with the newsletter and travel this journey with me. I offer great service via Australia Post. I am always contactable via email or mobile and if we don't stock it we will try to get it for you (within reason of course). Unfortunately no pick up is available.
Thank you again for your prompt service. My order just arrived - the papers are beautiful. Just the thing for making some new journals over the holiday time. Look forward to purchasing from you again.
Goods received very quickly and packed perfectly. Will definitely purchase from you again!
Great service, easy to deal with, affordable price and quick postage. Product well packaged and arrive complete. Would definitely recommend future customers and I’ll will be back
I was so amazed at being able to find Lemoncraft products in Australia. Thank you so much. Fantastic. I am a very happy crafter.
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I have been involved in the Papercraft Industry since 1996 and my style is simplistic, I dabble making some cards - can't resist a new die.
I love the Social contact of this industry, and have in the last few years enjoyed the cruising and scrapping and hope to continue in the future at some point.