7 Ways To Save At Your Hobby Lobby Store ~ Do you love your local Hobby Lobby store for all of your crafting and craft supply needs? Or perhaps you aren’t so crafty, and love it for home décor, candles, and framing. Whatever the case may be, there are plenty of ways to still get your Hobby Lobby fix in while saving some serious cash. Click to check out these 7 secrets to saving at Hobby Lobby today or repin to save for later!
Easy Diy bow hanger for less than $20! Got the white frame from Joanne's on sale and with coupon, bought the chevron ribbon at Hobby Lobby during their ribbon sales and the hooks were $3 at Walmart - just spray painted them white. The letters and bows were together $5. So easy, just glued everything together and screwed in hooks once the paint dried! Ta Da! Easy baby shower gift. Cheap baby gift. Diy bow hanger!
DIY laundry organization. Removed glass from a cheap old frame, spray painted and sanded it, cut particle board (from Home Depot) for the backing and glued fabric over it. The hooks are from hobby lobby. All for about $8. :)
Wedding shadow box. $30 after coupon at Hobby Lobby. What's inside: my bouquet flowers, invite, program, napkin, cake server charm, frame from guest sign and table numbers. (We used butterfly species in lieu of table numbers)
Inexpensive wall decor.
Wall buttons: $2.00/ea @ RodWorks
8x10 frames: $6/ea @ Hobby Lobby (frames are always 50% off at HL!!)
Spool of ribbon: $1.75 @ Hobby Lobby.
**Remember to always pull up the weekly 40% off coupon online or on your smart phone before you go to HL!!