Gift Guide: My Top 7 Picks!

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Join me today as I share my top 7 Picks from the Holiday Gift Guide. I have to tell you I actually laughed out loud when I saw that I own most of the items listed in the guide. No wonder they picked these items for their gift suggestions. Each of the seven items listed below are items I would HIGHLY recommend to you for your all your crafting. I have to come and love each and every one of these.

Jen Gallacher shares her top picks from the 2018 Gift Guide. Video included. #scrapbookdotcom #jengallacher #giftguide

I compiled a special video of these picks, which you can watch HERE on my YouTube channel or just push play on the video below. It will give a better idea of why I love each of these items so much!

My Top Gift Guide Picks for

1. Storage Studios Paper Holder: If you have a lot of patterned paper and cardstock, you know how hard it can be to corral all those papers. But a paper holder like this makes it soooo much easier to store and then quickly find your favorite colors. I have at least 8 of these paper holders for my cardstock colors alone. I keep like colors with each other so when I'm searching for the perfect red, I can find it quickly and easily.

2. Ink Pad Carousel: I actually have two of these and I LOVE them. They sit on my desk extender and make easy work of grabbing ink pads whenever I need them.

3. Hybrid Ink Pads: Looking for the EASIEST way to create beautiful, layered stamps? Use a set of ink pads with pre-selected colors. These gorgeous new ink pads from are amazing and work with all kinds of stamps. Get a set in your favorite color(s) for the perfect matching tones.

4. Sizzix Big Shot: If you don't yet have a manual die cut machine, I would SO put this one on your list. While I do have a Silhouette machine, I really love the manual die cutting machine's ability to cut through fabric, and other thick materials. I use mine just as much as I use my Silhouette machine and if you're a stamper, the ability to use the coordinating dies with your stamps is just too great! (A really great deal is to get the machine with one of the awesome die sets available exclusively through

5. Spellbinders Platinum: Another option for die cutting is the Platinum machine from Spellbinders. I own the the Platinum, but the Platinum 6 is also another great option. Very lightweight and yet sturdy. It also doesn't take up too much room on your desktop, which is always great. (You can pick from bundles exclusive through, a machine, or any of the accessories as well.)

6. Clear Craft Storage: I felt I was busting out the seams with all my ephemera packs. I have a slight addiction to them, so I've been looking for a great way to store them. When create this storage solution, I bought one immediately. I like to store all my ephemera packs in one of the smaller containers and then I can easily find coordinating shapes for my favorite collections. It's easy to take on the go, as well.

7. Stencil Blending Brushes: This is my first time using these blending tools, and they are addicting. If you LOVE blending inks, then this will be a "must have" tool for your stamping.

Beyond these larger gifts, I would suggest a few stocking stuffers from Santa this year. Be sure to check out that gift guide at HERE.

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