I love going to craft stores; the endless possibilities represented between the four walls of your local yarn shop or a Michael’s is staggering. Crafty people can make a little go a long, long way. The only drawback to craft stores, in my opinion, is the temptation factor. Who wouldn’t like to fill their arms to bursting with craft supplies, go home, and create to their heart’s content? Alas, the checkout counter is an obligatory stop for those who like to craft within the law, and those supplies can add up fast.
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