You ever been to a scrapbooking store where you stay and scrap?-*?

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in COGNITO * says:


We are wanting to expand our business:

It will be kinda like the same system as scrapbook stores, but instead it will be aimed toward school age kids. The objective is to provide workspace and supplies of every kind to students wanting to make a project. I wil have pom-poms , pipe cleaners, glue, plaster, poster board, display boards, just lots of craft stuff.

Is this something you would take your kids to to put together their projects, knowing everything you need will be there and you can buy by the piece, like at the old fashioned candy stores..

Any name Ideas?
Any marketing ideas?
Is this something you would take your kids to?

Tags: Candy Stores, Glue, Objective, Old Fashioned Candy, Plaster, Poster Board

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One Response to “You ever been to a scrapbooking store where you stay and scrap?-*?”

  1. tigglys
    July 16th, 2009

    I am not entirely qualified to answer this – I know Michael’s offers a variety of classes, including scrapbooking; and my local Bead store offers beading courses.

    I think this kind of thing might be good, but it would be hard to “sell” the idea unless kids in your area are into this? Or, if you can tie this in to some homework? (I think that’s a good idea, I don’t know how many cut and paste projects I did as a kid that would have been better/easier with better equipment.)

    I don’t think it’s a good name, but the phrase “Stick it” came to mind LOL I think you’ll need to brainstorm some more!

    Best of luck!