Buying a Scrapbooking Tote



No matter what craft you do, it is always more fun to get together with friends and work on it. But it can be cumbersome hauling all your supplies with you and carrying multiple bags to carry all the bits and pieces you need. This is especially for the person that is into scrapbooking. For this reason, a great gift idea is to purchase them a tote that they can haul with them when they go out to a crop.

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One thing to keep in mind when shopping for a tote is that they come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors.   If your favourite scrapbooker has a colour they love, it can be worthwhile to try and find a tote in that colour. You also want to keep in mind the bigger the bag, the heavier it will be when full as it is hard not to overfill a bag when going to a crop. While a bag may have wheels on it, these can fall off plus wheels are not helpful when a person is going up or down the stairs.

When looking at bag size, it can be helpful to know how your scrapbooker tends to pack. Do they take everything that they own with them or are they organized and only take those items that they are going to need? Do they toss it all into a canvas bag or carry a box with everything having a place inside? This can give you some good clues as to what size of bag to purchase as well as what features could be the most helpful.

My recommendation if you want to give someone a scrapbooking tote is one that is not too big so that they can carry it to crops but not too small that they still need to take multiple bags with them. If you still aren’t sure, a good gift idea is a gift card which allows the recipient to pick the one that suits them best.

One bag you may want to consider.

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