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Wood and glass craft suppliers


ashworthbiz1
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19 Jan 14 10:45:44 pm
I am thinking about adding some wood engraving/carving and glass etching to my business. I will be doing the engraving and etching myself. Buying the supplies from the big box retailers such as Michael's and Hobby Lobby is expensive.

Does anyone know of any wholesale woodcraft suppliers? And/or glassware glass craft wholesale suppliers?


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20 Jan 14 08:13:48 pm
Hi LaVonda,

I'm not entirely sure as to what sort of supply resources we have in the directory for those, have you gone through and had a look?


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fm1234
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FDC has a wholesale program (see Link hidden: Login to view.) I have had pretty good luck, when it comes to craft and gift suppliers, just looking for the stuff I want at Michael's et al. and then flipping the item over and noting the info on it. Not all items will have the manufacturer/distributor name on them, but many will, and it doesn't take too many to get a call list going. Get a nice rapport going with a rep at one company, and he/she will generally be happy to recommend other companies for stuff that they don't offer but for which you are looking.


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ashworthbiz1
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21 Jan 14 02:15:01 pm
fm1234 wrote:FDC has a wholesale program (see Link hidden: Login to view.) I have had pretty good luck, when it comes to craft and gift suppliers, just looking for the stuff I want at Michael's et al. and then flipping the item over and noting the info on it. Not all items will have the manufacturer/distributor name on them, but many will, and it doesn't take too many to get a call list going. Get a nice rapport going with a rep at one company, and he/she will generally be happy to recommend other companies for stuff that they don't offer but for which you are looking.


Frank


Thanks Frank, I appreciate the link; this is a good start.


 

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