9 Thrift Store DIY Craft
Supplies You Should Never
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Most people have tried creative
DIY projects at home in recent
months. Head over to the nearest
thrift shop for cheap but
interesting craft supplies!
Many have turned to DIY craft
projects to pass the time.
Apart from the usual craft supplies
you can buy from any assortment of
bookstores, crafting stores, super
centers, and more, there are other
interesting finds for your DIY project
in thrift stores. These are cheaper and
can also add a unique twist to your
The current global situation has forced
most people to stay home for long
periods of time. Because of this, we
often look for meaningful things to do,
from learning how to cook, ride a
bicycle, or start a new workout
This has also led to many trying do-
it-yourself or DIY projects like
redesigning and decorating their
houses and bedrooms to creating
businesses from DIY hobbies.
However, apart from the usual craft
supplies that you can buy in typical
retail outlets, you can also go to a
thrift store for art supplies.
Creative minds don’t just use the
ordinary craft supplies like glue or
glitter. DIY projects using materials
from second hand craft stores can
actually look better when properly
These thrift store DIY craft supplies
can give your project a unique or
nostalgic feel, depending upon what
you choose to work with.
Interesting DIY Craft Supplies You
Can Find at Secondhand Craft Stores
1. Old Books or Pages
Old books are a staple in secondhand
craft stores. Those in good condition
can easily look good when displayed
and made part of DIY projects.
For those in poor condition, such as
those with no spine left or with torn
pages, you won’t feel bad ripping the
pages and using them as DIY crafts.
Additionally, most of these older
books have stained or discolored
This could serve as a design feature
for vintage crafts, especially if you're
into decoupage or scrapbookin