Introducing Fact & Fiction

We’re excited to announce two NEW BasicGrey collections available exclusively at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores, Fact & Fiction.

Introducing Fact & Fiction available November 2012 :

With new collections come new project eye candy created by BasicGrey scrapbook designer Kelly Goree.

We hope these projects inspire you to take a trip to your nearest Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft store to see the entire collections.  Click here to see if a Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store location will be carrying those lines. Don’t see your local store? Request it through JoAnn’s online contact form.

International customers, don’t fret! These lines are being carried in select markets worldwide through our international distributors.

Want a chance to win some Fact & Fiction before it hit store shelves?  We have TWO prize packages ready to send out to two lucky BasicGrey fans, simply see the giveaway bow below for your chance to win!

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We’re making the push to 19,000 Facebook Likes! Help us get there and you could be one of TWO lucky winners to receive a box from the BG warehouse with contents valued at $100+!

279 thoughts on “Introducing Fact & Fiction

  1. I like both paper collections. What I really like is that you can use the embellishments with either paper collection. I also like that you can get these at Joann Fabrics

  2. While I really like the lines, I have one major objection: WHY was an “I hate math” button included??

    In today’s world, we need more children to choose a STEM-related career. {STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering + Math} The ever-increasing complexity of our daily lives and the increased integration of technology in every aspect require massive amounts of people sufficiently educated to maintain what exists, develop the next generation of current things, and invent gizmos that we can’t even imagine yet. Selling an “I hate math” item does a huge disservice to all of us!

    In addition, promoting positive concepts over negative concepts is something I would have thought Basic Grey would do as a matter of policy. Negativism doesn’t do anyone any good.

    Please reconsider this particular design as you continue producing this line. Please work to offer items without negative messages in your future lines.

    ~ Sincerely,
    an engineer who loves 99% of BG’s products

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