Scrapbooking in Hawaii!

I am constantly being asked where to shop scrap in Hawaii. and I love to share my favorite places…. :)
1. Stamps and Memories (808)484-9107 (***my favorite!)
just west of Honolulu located in the Harbor Center at 98-029 Hekaha Street, Unit 16, the island of Oahu in the city of Aiea overlooking Pearl Harbor. (Just a 25 minute drive from Waikiki)
Very friendly and helpful. Lots of rubber and acrylic stamps, papers, embellishments and tools.

2. Ben Franklin Craft Store (808)833-3800
Mapunapuna Ben Franklin Crafts 2810 Pa’a St. Honolulu, HI 96819
Bag credit $.05 if you bring your own bags. Sales in Midweek newspapers with occasional 40% off coupons. frequent buyer card for 10% all purchases.

3. Celebrations (808)839-6041
2810 Pa’a St, Honolulu, HI 96819
Lots of Japanese products, papers, gift bags, wrapping supplies. LOTS of washi tape. cute erasers. Rewards stamp card.

3. J’s Knicknacks‎ (808) 941-2312‎ (another favorite!)
1869 S King St, Honolulu, HI
a small store featuring baseball cards/scrapbook supplies. some Die Cuts With A View patterned papers, American Crafts PP and Thickers, hero arts and penny black stamps (and more), dies and die cutting systems cheap. They are often running special sales when you bring in 3 canned goods, check their blog for the current sale.

4. Fisher Hawaii (808)524-8770
450 Cooke St Honolulu, HI 96813
this is an office supply warehouse that also carries office furniture and art and craft supplies. scrapbooking supplies, framing… so many things in one place!

5. Heiko Inc (808) 591-8672
517 Ahui St Honolulu, HI 96813
a Japanese company. they sell paper and plastic bags in every imaginable size. I buy plastic envelopes here. very cool stuff!

6. Scrapbook Clubhouse (808) 486-0333
98 Hekaha Street  Aiea, HI 96701
Scrapbook Store with a lot of papers, albums and embellishments.

7. Shirokiya (808)973-9111
Ala Moana Shopping Center, near Macy’s 1450 Ala Moana Blvd Unit 2250, Honolulu, HI 96814
Upstairs lots and lots of food. Downstairs near the escalator is a stationery section. Origami Papers and other Japanese paper goods.

8. FloraDec (808)537-6194
373 N Nimitz Hwy Honolulu, HI 96817-5027
Big Selection ($$)

9. A Place In Time‎ (808) 261-2882‎
48 Maluniu Ave, Kailua, HI
a nice sized store with a good selection.

There are more… but these are my favorites!

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13 thoughts on “Scrapbooking in Hawaii!

  1. Thanks Joscie
    As I mentioned a month or so ago we are heading to Hawaii next week!!! Cant wait to escape the Aussie winter and check out some of these stores as well as stock up on Bento items!!

  2. Thanks for the info! I came across your webpage looking at something else and the “Scrap in HI” tab caught my eye! We will be moving to Oahu next year and I am scouting scrapbooking stores already!

  3. thanks for the info! i am going home for two weeks and am way excited.

    where is the best place to buy bazzill paper?


      1. I’m having such a great time! I stopped by Pineapple Cove yesterday and stayed for hours! ManLe was so helpful and I learned so much!! Thank you!

  4. Hi,

    I found my way here through google while searching shopping places from Hawaii. I will visit your beautiful islands next spring/early summer and I’m sure these tips will be very useful! Thank you for posting them.

    Smiles from Finland,


  5. Was glad to have your handy list for my trip to Oahu this past week. My first stop on the list was J’s Knicknacks….I went crazy in that little shop that is filled to rafters with rafting goodness…just about blew my entire scrapping budget in that one glorious visit…LOL
    I did visit a couple of other places, Stamps and Memories, Pineapple Cove, a wonderful store in Kailua, A Place In Time and got to meet Bill and his lovely wife, Priscilla. they were so gracious and Bill was kind enough to demonstrate a couple of new products to me that I just had to buy…this store is a MUST VISIT STORE…the were a couple of places on the list that have gone out of business. They are….Stampin’Munchkins and Scrapbook Heaven. Thanks for providing this list for us paper crafters who would be lost without your wonderful resource list… It really made my trip to Oahu complete.

  6. YAY! thanks dear! Just found this while I just twitted that I was looking for scrapbook stores in Hawaii :) Going there in January and now I know where to look for great stores! THANK YOU! :)

  7. Heading to Oahu tomorrow for a week and was really happy to find this list! My father was stationed at Marine Barracks Pearl Harbor 1971-74 and I’ve never had the opportunity to go back. I was only in junior high then! Wish I could get on the base to see the old house but doesn’t seem like that’s possible for a civilian–and it’s certainly understandable these days.

    I was wondering, if you had to pick just one scrapbooking store to visit and were interested in finding Hawaii-themed papers and embellishments, which one would you go to? We’re traveling with another couple so I really won’t be able to check them all out, much as I would like to!

  8. I so love your blog! I used to live in Oahu in the 70’s when my dad was stationed at Barber’s Point. I loved it and when I visited the island again a couple of summers ago I was amazed at how much the island has grown. This December my parents and I will be visiting the Oahu and I’ll have a couple of days to myself and a rental car at my disposal so I’m definitely going to try and visit as many scrapbook stores as possible. Are the stores you’ve listed above all still in business? Aloha.

  9. O man!!! Can I just say thank you thank you thank you!! I am new to the island, my husband got stationed here and I love crafting and scrapbooking and things like that and especially with Easter coming up it is our first holiday on the island and I have been trying to find a craft store finally I just decided to google scrapbook and craft stores on Oahu and I found your site yeahhhhh!!!! There are way more then I was expecting and THANK YOU for all the little reviews you have on all of them, definitely saved me some time :)

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