Arts and Crafts Supply Swap

Next Date TBD


Come find new art supplies and get rid of your old ones at our community arts and crafts supply swap! Bring a handful of supplies you don't want anymore and swap, barter, give away, or donate them with your other creative neighbors!

Please come even if you don't have supplies to swap. Many attendees will have items they are giving away for free to good, crafty homes, and there will be a freebie table as well. 

Swap Rules

What TO Bring

New or gently used craft supplies including, but certainly not limited to:

MARK MAKING: inks, pencils, paints, pastels, brushes, erasers, chalks, markers, crayons, gel pens, charcoals

FIBER: yarn, fabric (fat quarter or larger, no old tshirts or jeans), thread, embroidery supplies, knitting needles/crochet hooks, thread, patterns, ribbon, quilting tools, dressmaking, sewing machines, sewing notions

TOOLS: scissors, glue guns, soldering irons, craft knives, hole punches, easels, photo equipment, pottery tools, rulers, hardware, glass cutters, machines, pliers, molds

SUBSTRATES: canvas, watercolor paper, drawing paper, scratch boards, panels, sketchbooks, scrapbook paper, wood bits, mats and frames

EXPENDABLES: glue, tape, butcher paper, cotton swabs, toothpicks, popsicle sticks, stickers, craft vinyl, resin

CRAFTS: beads, jewelry findings, containers, artificial flowers, foam, felt, wire, jewels

CERAMICS: tools, glazes, clay, unfinished bisque-fired pieces, slip molds

GLASS: colored glass, mosaic pieces, frit and powder, copper foil tape, lead came

BOOKS: art/craft instruction books, magazines, art books, coloring books, collage, and store bought crafting kits

If you can buy it at a big-box craft store, chances are it's a good fit!

What NOT to Bring

If it cannot be used immediately and without rehabilitation as a crafting material, supply, or tool, please don't bring it.