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    Any ideas on reasonably priced suppliers of blank wooden shapes, primarily gingerbread, stars and hearts?

    I've found loads in the states but I've no experience of buying overseas and am a bit dubious about shipping?

    Any suggestions greatly appreciated.
    www.redshandcraftshobby.blogspot.com/

  • #2
    Try here or ebay is a good source too
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    • #3
      There's also someone on the forum who makes them but I can't remember his name - when I do I'll let you know!
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      • #4
        Try www.dalescraft.com which is a local family-run business in the UK. The guy who runs it, Colin, has always been extremely helpful to me. He also sells on Ebay if needed.

        Otherwise I would recommend some of the Ebay sellers as there are loads out there.

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        • #5
          here is one site I think I have others..........when I go back home in the spring I will be bring back cutouts.They are really hard to find here. I have also though about buying a scroll saw and doing my own.If you think you are going to use a lot of cutouts you may think of the same thing

          http://www.boxylady.co.uk/christmas-decorations-items
          Shabby Neesey

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          • #6
            I buy a lot of mine, i.e wooden stars and hearts mainly, through Calico crafts, especially when they have their sales, and also a lot through various sellers on E-Bay, and make some myself but sometimes time doesn't allow for that and its cheaper to buy them in.
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            • #7
              Thanks everyone some great links and ideas, think I mught take the plunge and buy off ebay (it scares me a bit) and I'm not far from Calico crafts and may visit them in the very near future.
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              • #8
                although primarily aimed at kids, i think that baker ross /yellow moon do some, and maybe craft creations too.
                sorry cant post urls yet byut a google search will bring them straight up

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                • #9
                  Wooden blanks.....

                  Hi, not been on the forum for a little while, just so busy!! Christmas was a killer!!

                  We supply wooden blanks for you, stars, hearts, gingers etc... no problem. Here is our website.

                  www.craftshapes.co.uk

                  We can drill holes in any of the shapes too if you need that, it a free service.

                  Many thanks
                  Steve :-)
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                  Best range of wooden craft shapes and cutouts.[SIZE=2]

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by kipper workshops View Post
                    Hi, not been on the forum for a little while, just so busy!! Christmas was a killer!!

                    We supply wooden blanks for you, stars, hearts, gingers etc... no problem. Here is our website.

                    www.craftshapes.co.uk

                    We can drill holes in any of the shapes too if you need that, it a free service.

                    Many thanks
                    Steve :-)
                    You are who I was thinking of!!!
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                    • #11
                      Re: Nice to be remembered...

                      Thanks Swirlyarts for thinking of me. That was very nice of you..

                      Steve
                      Handmade woodcrafts - relaunching soon.
                      www.kipperworkshops.com[COLOR=Blue]
                      Best range of wooden craft shapes and cutouts.[SIZE=2]

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by kipper workshops View Post
                        Hi, not been on the forum for a little while, just so busy!! Christmas was a killer!!

                        We supply wooden blanks for you, stars, hearts, gingers etc... no problem. Here is our website.

                        www.craftshapes.co.uk

                        We can drill holes in any of the shapes too if you need that, it a free service.

                        Many thanks
                        Steve :-)
                        Woo Hooo And they have 30% off there hearts right now........count me in lolol luv hearts!!!!!
                        Shabby Neesey

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                        • #13
                          Have placed my order Have loads of hearts coming my way lol can't wait!!!
                          Shabby Neesey

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                          • #14
                            Oooh, fantastic. Thanks very muchly. I'm off to have a gander!!
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                            • #15
                              Just have to let you know ... I placed an order with Steve yesterday and it has arrived this morning! Super fast! AND he's drilled the holes in for me.

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