This post is way over due. I believe I have since had many more stationery hauls from this particular website.
Scrobby is a Dutch based webshop that sells stationery, scrapbooking, art journaling, and planner goodies :). They have a wide variety of products from various companies which are not so readily available to people who live in Europe. They also provide a service which allows you to order something that may not already be in their stock list, but they will try to get it for you. How cool is that!
The customer service is very good. They respond in a timely manner and are very friendly. I really don’t think I’ve had a better web shopping experience!
So for my birthday I asked and received some gift vouchers to use in this webshop. 🙂 Needless to say, I went nuts and bought a whole lot of things over the following 6 months. This is the picture from my first package.
The things I got were mainly for my planner, but also for the fauxdori’s I had wanted to make for Christmas presents. I am also working on making a perpetually wall calendar for my boss so some of the supplies are for that as well.
Below is a pic of my second package from Scrobby. See how huge the box is compared to what actually came with it. 😀 All that shredded cardboard is to protect it.
On top of that, they also bubble wrap it. So your things are definitely protected!!!
In my second order…or was it third…got some Studio L2E stamps. I had been wanting and waiting for these for a long time. Looking forward to playing with them in my planner.
A magnetic cutting mat that proved invaluable when making the fauxdori’s
Also got more cute paper clips, stickers, washi tape and the masking tape set.
In my third haul I ordered the huge crop-a-dile eyelet punch and setter, with some eyelets and more tim/jim holtz corners (love). You can see them pictured in my fauxdori post here. Oh, and some more ink for the stamps…and a corner punch. I think that’s all. Hope I haven’t left anything out. So, if there is anything in particular you would like a review on, let me know in the comments section and I’ll get back to you on it.
‘Till next time,