So here’s Part Two of of the story of my 90% off shopping spree at Hobby Lobby.
The night I found the first cartload of stuff I told you about Thursday, I had walked into the store about 20 minutes before closing time and happened across the clearance aisle, which was totally not enough time to shop a 90% off sale. After being warned over the loudspeaker to”Please make your final selections and make your way to the registers,” about 3 times, I knew I had two options: 1.) I could hide out, get locked in, and have all night to shop, or 2.) come back first thing the next morning.
I chose option 2. Mainly because I’m a scaredy-catanddidn’t have a flashlight for when the lights went out.
So, I went back the next morning just so I could get these:
I’ve been waiting for a while now to find a good deal on a bunch of empty frames. And this was a great deal! It’s a growing trend to hang a group of empty frames on a wall, but I wanted some to use for a gallery wall for the masterpieces my kids are always creating. I even had the perfect wall picked out right by the kids’ craft table in our basement.
I got these 7 frames for right at $20, add in two bottles of craft paint for 99 cents each, and the project still costs about the same as a box of Pull-ups. These prices really were ridiculous.
Update! We now have curtains. See the new treatments here.