Let your cre­ativ­ity run wild at Lulu’s Crafty Cor­ner

Serve Daily - - FOSTERING INNOVATION - By Amy Baird

I chose the spi­der web plate. I got ex­cited see­ing all the dar­ling Hal­loween op­tions. When I walked into Lulu’s, I wanted I chose the spi­der web plate be­cause to make EV­ERY­THING I saw. From I thought it would be fun to put cook­ies the “Spooky” wooden sign to the sparkly on and eat on at Hal­loween time. I loved mer­maid to the vin­tage Santa mug, Lulu’s pick­ing out my col­ors. I chose the glit­ter of­fers ev­ery­thing you need to in­dulge col­ors aqua­ma­rine and black web and then your cre­ative side. Plus, you can pay the I did a pump­kin in the mid­dle and spi­ders stu­dio fee to use all their fun sup­plies and and ghosts. Paint­ing was re­lax­ing. You not have to worry about mak­ing a mess at know how col­or­ing is ther­apy? Paint­ing your house. I call that a win-win. is like col­or­ing times 10. Just glide that

I was pretty ex­cited be­cause I was able brush over. Now imag­ine while you are to bring my daugh­ters along when I went paint­ing you get to hang out with the girls, to Lulu’s. When I men­tioned paint­ing, or a grand­child or your sig­nif­i­cant other. It they got very ex­cited. is just plain fun.

Lulu’s Crafty Cor­ner of­fer two types Ok. Treats. You won’t go hun­gry wait­ing of crafts: wood items and ceram­ics (they for your paint to dry. They have a mini have paints that can be fired to be food fridge stocked with wa­ter bot­tles, sparkling safe). I fell in love with all the Hal­loween fruit juice, and these awe­some so­das wood signs (I’m a sucker for any­thing with crazy names. They also have treats Hal­loween). Kathy in­formed me that they from one of my fa­vorite places: V Sis­ters. love Hal­loween around there. One thing I re­viewed them a few months back and that I love about Lulu’s is all the vin­tage their bak­ery items are di­vine. I loved the de­signs. They have more than 700 vin­tage choco­late mint brownie. And you can’t molds dat­ing from the 1950s: the vin­tage beat the su­gar cookie. Kathy told me they Santa mug, the pitcher that looks like an can or­der prac­ti­cally any­thing from V Sis­ters. old Log Cabin Syrup tin, or the Mex­i­can hat chips-and-salsa tray. These amaz­ing Another thing I love about Lulu’s is vin­tage finds are one of the things that re­ally that it is a fab­u­lous place for gifts. They sets Lulu’s apart. have the ul­ti­mate an­niver­sary gift: you

The peo­ple that work there are amaz­ing. can bring some­one in to paint a vase and Kathy and Shes­san own Lulu’s but then after they get it fired, a florist can fill the real per­son in charge is Lulu, Shes­san’s it with beau­ti­ful flow­ers and de­liver them. 6-year-old daugh­ter. She is the per­fect You can buy an item for a friend or loved host­ess. When we walked in, she one and give them a cer­tifi­cate to come in greeted us and asked about our in­ter­ests. and use the stu­dio sup­plies. Oh! And they She showed us the op­tions that we might do birth­day par­ties. Boys love the di­nosaurs like and then sug­gested color com­bi­na­tions. or mon­sters. She was a doll! When I was look­ing Lulu’s won me over. I loved be­ing cre­ative for a color, Kathy didn’t know it was there with my two daugh­ters. We all had a but Lulu did. I love that girl. blast and there was no mess to clean up.

With Lulu’s guid­ance, Olivia, my Pric­ing de­pends on the item you choose 3-year-old, chose a princess. She got and you can pay a stu­dio fee to use all bright, beau­ti­ful col­ors and went to town. the sup­plies. Head on over and get your Noth­ing re­ally made sense but she painted cre­ative on. Lulu’s Crafty Cor­ner is lo­cated it the way she wanted it. She loves her at 332 S. 100 West in Payson. They princess and she takes it with her ev­ery­where are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon­day she goes. Eliza got a wooden fish to through Thurs­day and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. paint. I loved the color com­bi­na­tions she Fri­days and Satur­days. Check out www. chose: a turquoise blue, pearl and yel­low. lu­luscrafty­corner.com. She got cre­ative with the drip­ping paint *** for stripes and then added goo­gly eyes and We should fa­vor in­no­va­tion and free­dom jewels. over reg­u­la­tion. - Ge­orge Allen

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