This paper craft supplies list is still in progress, but I know that I have been benefiting in having a set of scissors for left-handed people. It’s been nice to use a pair for just my paper-crafting.
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I grew up using right-handed scissors, even though I’m left-handed. I have these Westcott Lefty Titanium Scissors for everyday use. Remember to set aside a pair of scissors just for paper-crafting, so they don’t dull from cutting other materials.
The Bee Paper Globetrotter Sketch Book is a standard sketch book that I use when I’m just making pencil or pen drawings. I recommend using the Bee Paper Bleedproof Marker Pad or the Bee Paper Watercolor Pad if you’re planning on using wet media.
If you want a good variety of pen widths for drawing and line work, I suggest getting the Sakura 6-Piece Micron Pen Set because it comes in a bunch of thicknesses. They also have them in a whole variety of colors!
If you’re in need of some awesome professional quality marker pens, this is it. The Copic Marker Sketch 72-Piece Set is a good starter set that has an excellent grouping of colors. They have two ends: one side has a chisel edge, the other side has a brush tip. They are great for coloring in your sketches evenly, with colors blending seamlessly, much like painting. What’s also wonderful is that if you run out of ink, you can refill these pens.