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250 Free Mail Order Catalogues

250 Free Mail Order Catalogues

Catalogues are great craft supplies - they're perfect for drawing references, collage material, creating all kinds of miniatures (eg. paper packs, jigsaws), general inspiration, and so much more. So, to get you started, here are 250 places offering to send you free catalogues in the post:

(Given the length of the list and the high likelihood of link breakage, I've just listed the companies. A quick google will bring up their request forms.)






FASHION AND INTERIORS

★ Adini
★ Alexandra
★ Anglepoise Lamps
★ Bamboo Clothing
★ Big Dug
★ Blue Cross
★ Boden
★ Charles Tyrwhitt
★ Chums
★ Cosyfeet
★ Cotton Traders
★ Crew Clothing Company
★ Culture Vulture
★ Damart
★ David Nieper
★ Davies Sports
★ DB Wider Fit Shoes
★ deVOL
★ Diber
★ Dwell
★ Emma Bridgewater
★ EMP
★ Futon Company
★ Graham and Green
★ Greenfibres
★ Howdens Kitchens
★ Hush
★ IKEA
★ Intalight UK Lighting
★ Jacamo
★ James Alexander
★ James Inglis Shoes
★ Jeld-Wen
★ JoJo Maman Bébé
★ Joe Browns
★ Kaleidoscope
★ Karndean Design Flooring
★ Lakeland
★ Lands' End
★ Laura Ashley
★ Madeleine
★ Mainline Menswear
★ Museum Selection
★ Orvis
★ Pavers
★ Peter Christian
★ Pia Jewellery
★ Rose & Grey
★ Scotts of Stow
★ Schoffel
★ Silver
★ Simply Be
★ Skyla
★ Spirit of the Andes
★ Sportfish
★ Studio
★ TacTree
★ Traidcraft
★ Victorian Plumbing
★ Weird Fish
★ William Powell
★ Witt International


OTHER

★ Action on Hearing Loss
★ Affixit Clever Adhesive Craft
★ AJ Office Furniture
★ Automotion Components
★ Baker Ross (crafts)
★ Bathroom Cladding Direct
★ Beal UK Workshop Supplies
★ Bes (trade and tools)
★ Bespoke British Pens
★ Best 4 Systems (telecommunications)
★ Bidfood
★ Bits and Pieces (gifts)
★ BMW UK
★ The Booklife
★ Bright Minds (education and toys)
★ Bullseye Glass
★ Cants of Colchester Roses
★ The Cat Gallery
★ CEF Trade Catalogue
★ CJ Wildlife
★ Coburg Components
★ Dalton Engineering
★ David Austen Roses
★ DC Iron
★ Dflect Playground Tiles
★ Dobies (garden)
★ Egan Reid
★ Electrical Direct
★ Essential Aids (mobility)
★ Essentra Components
★ Eureka! First Aid, Hygiene & Safety
★ Everbuild
★ Fastmail Tackle
★ Fischer Future Heat
★ Flight Store
★ Fulling Mill (fishing)
★ Gardening Direct
★ Gardening Naturally
★ GLS (educational supplies)
★ Health Leads Catalogue
★ Hope Education
★ HSS Hire (trade equipment)
★ Independence (mobility)
★ Ironmongery Direct
★ Ken Bromley Art Supplies
★ Lamberts Healthcare
★ Learning Resources
★ Live Better With Dementia
★ Loggerhead Publishing
★ Machine Mart
★ Manage at Home (mobility)
★ Marshalls Seed
★ Medisave
★ Medlock Electrical Distributors
★ Mobility Solutions
★ Mr. Fothergill's (gardening)
★ Nature's Best (health)
★ Nintendo Store
★ Nisbets (catering)
★ Optical Vision Ltd
★ Orbital Fasteners
★ Orchard Toys
★ OT Stores (health care equipment)
★ Owl Barn Gifts
★ Park Christmas Savings
★ PDSA Catalogue
★ Philip Harris (science equipment)
★ Phonic Books
★ Plants of Distinction
★ Playmobil
★ Pondkeeper
★ The Present Finder
★ PTS Primary Teaching Services
★ Qwerkity (gifts)
★ Raja (packaging)
★ Rocket Gardens
★ Romold
★ Rosemary & Co (painting)
★ RSPB Shop
★ Russums (catering)
★ Safety First Aid
★ Sarah Raven (garden)
★ Shires Equestrian Products
★ Smeg UK (electricals)
★ Smyths Toys
★ Spacekraft Sensory Solutions
★ Special Needs Toys
★ Springboard Supplies
★ Springfix Linkages
★ Stampin' Up
★ Strettons Property Auctions
★ Suttons (gardens)
★ Technology Supplies (education)
★ Toolstation
★ Welcome Mobility
★ Wera (tools)




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  1. PLEASE SEND ME SOME CATALOGUES :)
    ANDREW BULLOCK
    70 PEAKES ROAD
    RUGELEY
    WS152LX

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