Posts Tagged: crafts


Crafts, as in, arts and crafts, are a delightful way to spend your time. Many of our articles feature DIY crafts, otherwise known as Do-It-Yourself crafts

Crafting can be addictive, so be warned. Paper Mart caters to crafters who enjoy preparing homemade items for work or pleasure. That’s the thing about crafting! We gain the satisfaction of honing our skills and creative talents all the while working to prepare the object of someone’s desire. 

Paper Mart is proud to supply a thriving community of diehard crafters in the United States and Canada. Our crafting supplies are enjoyed by children, parents, and grandparents in addition to professionals, small businesses on Etsy, eBay, Amazon, and independent stores and ecommerce businesses across the continent. 

[Video] DIY Jellyfish Party Decoration

Grab your fins and snorkels because we’re diving deep under the sea with this jellyfish paper lantern decoration! Learn how to make it here.

 
DIY Jellyfish Party Decorations

These bouncy crepe paper crafts are perfect for ocean-themed parties or fun, indoor mermaid-themed decor. Feel free to let your creative juices flow and mix or match different crepe …Continue Reading »

2019 Paper Mart Customer Appreciation Day Highlights

Hands down, Customer Appreciation Day is one of our favorite times of the year. Whenever we get the chance to celebrate and meet you, it’s a guaranteed great time. 

 

 
Celebrating You: A Peek Into The Festivities

In case you didn’t already know, Customer Appreciation Day is when we open up our space and celebrate our wonderful local …Continue Reading »

Our Latest Magazine Feature & The Round Trip Raffia Bag

Summer is about wanderlust. From an intimate staycation to a spontaneous trip overseas – the season is all about adventure and travel. Which is why we’re excited to share this latest feature from craft publication, I Like Crochet Magazine from crochet expert and designer, Debra Arch.

Trendy Raffia Textures

When we’re in vacation mode, all we want …Continue Reading »