The struggle is real. Every year my husband asks me for a Christmas wish list. And every year, my initial response is the same. “Ugh! There’s nothing I need or want!” And then I go online, or spend some time with scrappy friends (like I did this weekend),, and the ideas start flowing. Here are my top 4  picks. Maybe you’ll find some inspiration to pass along to YOUR personal Santa. 🙂

Zip Printer

1. Polaroid Zip Mobile Printer – This little jewel prints photos directly from your iOS or Android device! The photos print to a cute little 2″ x 3″ size, and the papers themselves contain some sort of wizardry that requires no ink. I’d use this little thing endlessly. Dylusions Creative Journal 2. Ranger Ink Dylusions Creative Journal – It’s an art journal with sturdy manila pages. You can do all sorts of painting, inking, staining, pasting, and anything else your artsy mind can conceive of, and it will not bleed through to the other side of the page. I love that the book itself has an elastic loop to hold it closed, and you can customize the kraft chipboard cover any way you want. Stamper's Brush Markers 3. Faber-Castell Stampers Big Brush Pens – A collection of 15 colored markers for stamping. With these, you can apply different colors to a rubber or polymer stamp. These seem really cool for all kinds of scrappy and artsy projects. I wonder if they make good brush lettering markers, too. Hmmmm…. Colorburst 4. Ken Oliver Color Burst Assortment – A set of 6 Color Burst powders in bright colors. These are so much fun to play with! You can spray water over your project, then squeeze a bit of the pure-pigment powder into it. Or, you can go in reverse – powder first, then water. Either way, it’s like watching fireworks explode! The colors are vibrant even when you mix them with other mediums like modeling paste, gesso, or gel medium. Amazing! (There’s also an “Earthtones” variety pack) I must admit it’s pretty fun to window-shop and daydream about all the projects I’d love to create with these goodies. I’ve got some scrappy friends who are sharing their wish lists today, too. Check them out! Alice Boll at Scrapbook Wonderland Danielle Leonetti at Scrapper on the Street I’d love to hear what’s on your scrappy Christmas list! Leave me a comment below and let me know! 🙂

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