Bazzill - Paper and Other Scrapbooking Notions
Bazzill is a popular brand for scrapbooking and paper crafting.
They are recognized for their extensive selection of cardstock
colors, and specialize in textured cardstock. Bazzill Cardstock
makes beautifully colored cards, invitations, scrapbook pages,
memory albums, journals, and more. In 2011 Bazzill released new
designs for printed paper and embellishments, to coordinate with
their existing lines of cardstock.
Bazzill Paper Types
- Bazzill carries a wide variety of printed, patterned and
colorful paper to add to your scrapbooks as
embellishments or pages.
- Bazzill Paper comes in the standard 12 x 12" size.
Sizes of Bazzill Cardstock
- Mostly comes in 8.5x11" and 12x12" sizes.
- Just the Edge Cardstock are 12 inch strips of
cardstock with decorative edges, to add borders to your paper
without using punces or creating them yourself. It comes in a
variety of colors with several designs in each package.
Other Bazzill Cardstock and Paper Lines
Embellishments from Bazzill
Bazzill's collections of
embellishments are color coordinated with a simple design or
theme to match their cardstock colors. Embellishments range from
buttons, chipboard "chips", stickers, tulle, and many more.
- Tulle is a little something sheer, to
add some mystery or romance to your paper crafts, use when you need
a little bit of fine netting.
- Chips pieces are shapes constructed of
sturdy chipboard. These pieces can be painted, sanded, dyed,
distressed or use them under embellishments to add dimension.
- Templates are reusable templates
filled with easy-to-follow designs that can be added to all your
paper and craft projects.
Other Bazzill Embellishment Lines
Other Bazzill Product Lines
More Information about Scrapbooking and Project
For more information on cardstock weights and types, visit the
cardstock buying guide.
Find out more about chipboard weights and uses at the chipboard buying guide.
Check out various projects made with Bazzill products at our Think Crafts Blog.
For further information about Bazzill Basics, visit their website.
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