Craft Store Coupons: AC Moore, Hancock Fabrics, Hobby Lobby, JoAnn, Michaels

Crafts make the world a fantastic place and craft store coupons make the world a very fantastic place!  There is nothing better than saving money on crafting essentials like acrylic paint, glitter, fabric, and more with printable craft store coupons.  The fabulous thing about craft stores is that there are always coupons available to use!  You can always check your local Sunday newspaper for current craft store ads which include coupons as well.

craft store coupons

Most craft store accept competitor coupons.  In my experience competitor coupons need to be craft store coupons from the newspaper and not printed from the internet, but each store may have a different coupon policy.  It never hurts to ask!

Craft Store Coupons

AC Moore

Hancock Fabrics

project kid

Hobby Lobby

The Hobby Lobby Website has printable coupons to use in store.   You can also download the Hobby Lobby iPhone app to have access to digital coupons.

JoAnn Craft Store Coupons:

JoAnn Craft Store has a multitude of coupons that will save you a lot of money.  Check the JoAnn Website as they release new coupons on a weekly basis.  Another great resource is the the JoAnn Facebook page.  Sign up for Email Coupons at the bottom of their home page and you will receive coupons on a very regular basis.  Be sure to sign up for their Home Mailer and you will receive monthly coupons mailed directly to your home.  The JoAnn App for iPhone allows you to have instant access to digital coupons.

Non-Profits save 10% with proof of 501(c)(3) status and a state-issued photo ID or membership card to eligible organization.

Michaels Stores

The Michaels Website has printable coupons to use in store.

15% Educator Discount:  teachers to save 15% everyday. Must have a valid educator id. Includes sale items. Some exclusions apply. See store for details.

We love crafting!  Be sure to check out our Craft Posts for more ways to create fun, frugal crafts and projects at your house!


  1. Julie Crdes says

    Something I rarely see mentioned; I make great AG doll clothes from clothes we no longer wear. My husband’s denim shirts make great doll jeans, and I can cut a doll t-shirt or dress out of a special area of a cast-off top of mine. (think; beaded or sequined areas) I often find girls’ ruffled skirts clearanced for $3 at Wal-mart; the ruffles are already there. I just cut the top down , add elastic waistband and sew up the back seam. This makes 2 doll skirts! A wool tweed skirt can be fabric for a classic coat. Possibilities are almost endless! With a little creativity and some “thinking outside the box” dolls can be very well-dressed.

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