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Glass blocks @ Hobby Lobby -

Posted by toomuchglass (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 26, 09 at 22:49

After reading all the hints and tips provided by the wondeful gang here -- I'm getting ready to make a glass block light .I read on some forum that Hobby Lobby has them - predrilled. Whoa ! PRE - DRILLED --- I'm Off !!! LOL

I got there ..... *sigh* ...... they had 3 sizes ...
$3.99 to $9.99 . Each and every one of them has tons of chips around the hole . They looked awful . The hole was about an inch or more , with a plastic cap .... overpriced and no quality at all . They did sell the white lights -- a strand of 35 white lights with white cord for $3.99 ....that's regular price . They are sure to get cheaper - at least half that price.

****** No surprise -- Hobby Lobby has Christmas stuff out already !

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RE: Glass blocks @ Hobby Lobby -

So sorry you were disappointed TooMuch. I've been sort of watching for pre drilled ones too. I saw a couple of "already made" one at garage sales--guess maybe I should have bought them and just done a make over on them! Luvs

RE: Glass blocks @ Hobby Lobby -

I'm also sorry you were disappointed with your glass blocks from Hobby Lobby. I recently bot 25 of them (50% off) none were chipped.

As far as the Christmas stuff, I've already stated my Christmas crafts, since I have move time in the summer and I'm not rushed the last month or so.

I like the idea of being able to go to hobby lobby and get my supplies.

I know the hobby lobby in Arizona (Avondale)is really great to shop at, and the people are helpful and really friendly.

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