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I have only lived in Ohio for umm 6 1/2 years and do most of my shopping online. I would love to have a list of places everyone loves to shop in real life, with web links if there are any.

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One of my favorites is Marco's. You can shop at www.marcopaper.com (also at their retail store at 25 W Whipp Rd., Centerville, OH). They have a great selection of stamps, inks, papers, books, magazines, tools, etc. I also shop at QVC and HSN (especially during March for national craft month). Online places I shop are www.scrappingstamping.com, www.ourdailybreaddesigns.com, www.stampscapes.com, www.heartsintouch.com just to name a few. I can't wait to see all the places others shop.
Hollo's is a great trip to make
330-225-0911
1878 Pearl Road
Brunswick, OH 44212
they have cardstock and envelopes at great prices....
If there is a Hobby Lobby near you, it is the place to find bargains. Things are always on sale and they usually have a 40% off coupon available on-line. Michael's Arts and Crafts is also a good place to go.
A truly unique and fun visit would be to the original 1820 log cabin known as The Stamp Pad in Zoar, Ohio (south of Canton). Surrounded by country and incredible history, and owned and run by June Knaak who will not let you leave without seeing a new technique or imparting great stamping wisdom, this is a "must visit" store. It's jam-packed with stamps and supplies of all sorts, and June's classes are tremendous! Check out June's site to see the store in all it's wonderful charm - www.zoarstamps.com - and note the May 16th "New to You" stamp sale coming up. That would be a great time to visit.

Kris, Wadsworth, OH
ooo, i wonder how far the stamp pad is from columbus? sounds like road trip, will check out the website. thanks Kris

Kris Turner said:
A truly unique and fun visit would be to the original 1820 log cabin known as The Stamp Pad in Zoar, Ohio (south of Canton). Surrounded by country and incredible history, and owned and run by June Knaak who will not let you leave without seeing a new technique or imparting great stamping wisdom, this is a "must visit" store. It's jam-packed with stamps and supplies of all sorts, and June's classes are tremendous! Check out June's site to see the store in all it's wonderful charm - www.zoarstamps.com - and note the May 16th "New to You" stamp sale coming up. That would be a great time to visit.

Kris, Wadsworth, OH
Hi, Melanie: I would say from Columbus, it would be about 2 hours. I know that two ladies that were there last week came up from Athens (about a 4 hour trip) just to check out the store! That's stamping dedication, I'd say! It's truly worth the trip, particularly in the spring when the flower have bloomed. The store is surrounding by flowers. Hope you check it out! Kris
It takes about 2 1/2 hours more or less from Columbus. It is in Tuscarawas County north (?) of New Philidelphia if I remember right. We went there when I was in elementary school (Wayne County) on a field trip and also to the Warther Museum. Maybe I'll talk my Dh into going to both places this summer. I like going back to places I visited as a child!

Melanie Jerome said:
ooo, i wonder how far the stamp pad is from columbus? sounds like road trip, will check out the website. thanks Kris

Kris Turner said:
A truly unique and fun visit would be to the original 1820 log cabin known as The Stamp Pad in Zoar, Ohio (south of Canton). Surrounded by country and incredible history, and owned and run by June Knaak who will not let you leave without seeing a new technique or imparting great stamping wisdom, this is a "must visit" store. It's jam-packed with stamps and supplies of all sorts, and June's classes are tremendous! Check out June's site to see the store in all it's wonderful charm - www.zoarstamps.com - and note the May 16th "New to You" stamp sale coming up. That would be a great time to visit.

Kris, Wadsworth, OH
has anyone been to the stamp department at toyrifix in Smithville Ohio?
My favorite place to go in Ohio is in Smithville. It is a shop called Toyrifix, it is where you will find Tammy Hershberger during working hours. St. Rt. 585, (Next to the Barn Restaurant) in Smithville, Ohio 330-669-3737 - the actual street address is: 877 W Main St Smithville, OH 44677-9401. Their website is http://www.toyrifix.com. Tammy tells me they are now carrying Our Daily Bread Design rubber stamps! She has classes several times a month, evenings or days, and the projects are always a lot of fun because she keeps the classes small. If they don't have a product you want, and you can wait a week or so, Tammy will order it and her staff will call and let you know it's in. I love this shop...they have a good selection of the "now" products, and Tammy keeps up with the trends and makes sure those supplies are on hand. If you go on a Saturday, stop at The Barn for dinner, it is a great place to eat with excellent home-syle food.

Geez, reading this over, it looks as if I'm a Walking Billboard for both places...oh well, I'd rather rant about my favorite places than things that don't mean much to either me or you. LOL

Have a great day,
Debi - Rittman, OH
We must have been posting about the same time....I have been to Toyrifix in Smithville many times and I love their shop. The owners are really fabulous ladies. Tammy Hershberger runs their classes and she is an absolute dream to work with...she has a lot of great ideas, and the energy, whew I don't know where she gets it.

It's a great little shop with the ability to be a megashop without the "attitude" - they will order about anything you really need if you can wait a few weeks for it. I found them a couple of years ago because I wanted to order a certain stamp and the manufacturer said I had to go to one of their distributors and gave me the information for Toyrifix...I went to The Barn Restaurant all the time, and never knew it was there. But...when I found out it was there, I spent more time in the shop than I did at the restaurant!

Debi E-Rittman, OH

lauriewe said:
has anyone been to the stamp department at toyrifix in Smithville Ohio?
Toyrifix is so fantastic! I went to a stamp show that they held at the Barn once. It was very nice. I love the toys, the games and of course the stamp and scrap supplies!

lauriewe said:
has anyone been to the stamp department at toyrifix in Smithville Ohio?
I live in South Central OH- Chillicothe. I go to Marco's in Dayton, Columbus/Mason to Archivers...Up North To the Stamp Pad & my favorite are the conventions--Adventures in Stamping in April- Akron- make a weekend trip and hit Hollo's and then a bit further up and go to Stamplisitc in Amherst & Pat Catans are all over northern OH. There is also a 1 day convention in Cincinnati - StampAway and with that trip we also hit Stamp Your Art out- sometimes also going over to Marco's. I also have a Hobby Lobby in Chillicothe and Michael's in Grove City. I work in Columbus so I also go to (did) the Cord Camera in Hilliard but will now have to go to another one since Hilliard no longer exists There is a little store called Red Letter Journal in Grove City that is fun. Online is great also. You really have to check out the conventions- you can see so much and learn new & fantastic things.

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