Create Space for a Scrapbooking Corner

old-pictures CREDIT Karolina-LifeofPix

Removing your old junk gives you a ton of space you didn’t even know you had! How about using that extra space to create a scrapbooking corner? It’s a great way to keep all your papers, stamps, cutters, and glitter organized.  

Hanji Handmade Paper

You won’t believe your eyes at the beauty of the paper that fills Hanji’s shelves, and the best part is that it’s almost all created locally.

619 Bloor St W, Toronto


This Markham store carries stamp and scrapbook products- rubber stamps, clear stamps, racks and racks of cardstocks and pattern papers, ink pads, embossing powders, glitters, glues and adhesives, tools, embellishments, and more.  

8355 Woodbine Ave, Markham


Dollarama is a practical treasure trove for scrapbookers, with a huge variety of papers, inks, stamps, and many little treasures if you’re in the mood for a hunt, and you there’s no beating the price.

1337 Queen Street West, Toronto


The Paper Place

Beautifully handmade papers of every fiber imaginable are found at the paper place, located right in the heart of the city, across from Trinity Bellwoods Park.

887 Queen St. West, Toronto

just junk.comThis post is sponsored by JUSTJUNK®, an award-winning, fast, local, professional junk removal service. 
We will remove almost anything from anywhere. You simply point to what junk and rubbish you would like removed and our uniformed junk removal team will do all the lifting, loading and hauling for you. We make every effort to recycle and donate any reusable materials that we remove to local charities or recycling facilities.
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Image credit: Karolina/Life of Pix, The Paper Place
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