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  • Copic

    Copic is a brand of marker and inking related products made in Japan by Too. Copic Markers are available in 358 permanent, non-toxic, alcohol-based ink colors and are refillable using standard color ink refills. The inks can be mixed to create custom colors.
  • Cowling & Wilcox

    First established in London's Soho in 1960, Cowling & Wilcox Ltd. have been providing fine and graphic art materials to customers across the world.

  • Craft Planet

    With Craft Planet you’re guaranteed to find something to engage children’s imaginations and spark their creativity. You’ll find all kinds of amazing value goodies that are perfect for a crafty afternoon on a rainy day – from sequins to pom poms, googly eyes, stickers and sequins.

  • CRE8

    Reliable Source are the tape people and are the founders of cre8tapes.com. Their agenda is  simple" to be the ‘reliable source’ for all specialist self-adhesive tapes.

    The amazing CRE8 brand offer adhesive tapes aimed at the Art and Crafts market, with an extensive range of tapes for all your creative requirements, in an array of colours to satisfy any palette.

  • Creotime

    Creotime is behind a number of Scandinavian developed craft accessories and craft concepts. The variety of craft accessories is very broad. New craft accessories are developed according to Creotime's goal to stay ahead of demand, so the selection is always updated according to fashion, quality and price.

  • Da Vinci

    Made in Germany using the highest quality materials, most modern production techniques, and all whilst honouring the traditional craft they descend from, you are unlikely to find anything better than Da Vinci brushes. With something for every occasion, you are going to struggle to find a Da Vinci brush you aren’t happy with. From travel sets and craft ranges, to detail and square top brushes, the Da Vinci range covers brushes suited to all types of mediums. 

  • Daler-Rowney

    Established in 1783, by Richard & Thomas Rowney, Daler-Rowney has been manufacturing some of the finest art materials for over 230 years. In 1963, Daler-Rowney became the first manufacturer in Europe to introduce artists' acrylic colour, widely used by artists worldwide. With notable products like System 3 Acrylics and Georgian Oil, Daler-Rowney has become a household name for artists of all abilities globally.

  • Decopatch

    Decopatch is a decorative fab and funky papercraft, a bit like papier-mâché only much prettier! The modern twist on decoupage, it breathes life into objects, using a special paper and glue-varnish. Decopatch looks amazing on card, metal, papier mache, wood, plastic, glass and much more! It’s so simple to do and gives you fantastic results every time.

  • Derwent

    Derwent pencils are made in the UK by The Cumberland Pencil Company. They have been making pencils in Cumbria since 1832 and combine traditional pencil making skills with state of the art manufacturing techniques. Today, Derwent have a well-established reputation for innovation, inspiring artists with fantastic product ranges such as Inktense, Graphik Line Painters and Tinted Charcoal, alongside their classic range of Artist, Graphic and Watercolour Pencils.

  • Djeco

    Djeco have long been producers of fun and educational games that are attractive and intelligent at the same time, and are famous for their collections of jigsaws, wooden toys, and their wide range of card and board games.

  • Docrafts

    Docrafts was founded as Design Objectives Ltd in 1996 and has grown to become the UK’s leading papercraft supplier. Whilst the company was established and built around the craft of Card Making, we are also a specialist supplier of Scrapbooking, Kids Crafts, Jewellery Making and Cake Crafting products. Their product offering within each of these sectors is specifically tailored to suit all recreational and professional levels, from beginner to hobbyist right through to crafting enthusiasts.

  • Edding

    Edding AG was founded in 1960 with a start-up capital of just 500 Deutsche Mark. By the end of 1970, almost 100 million Edding felt and fibre-tipped pens had been sold across the world. Since then the company has gone from strength to strength and works with many different brands as a distributor, including UHU in the UK.