Wow. I came here for the phone number, and i was surprised at the two reviews. My daughter and I went here for the first time the other day, and it was great! My daughter said it was "better than Disney World!" She's 22. We got lots of good help in 3 different departments and had a delightful shopping experience.Share Review
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- General Info:
- Craft, embellish, re-purpose and save money! More than a hobby store, we have wedding rentals, invitation templates, gift ideas, custom framing, scrapbooking and cake decorating supplies and much more! Create, re-imagine and enrich your life with our artist supplies, textiles, jewelry making supplies and floral items. Learn a new skill with one of our classes or transform your home with designer quality home décor and furnishings. Come in and enjoy! Your imagination is the limit.
- •Art Supplies – acrylic & oil paints, airbrush equipment, artist brushes, canvases and papers, charcoal, ink & pencils, easels, instruction books, mat & foam boards, sketch books, watercolors and more. •Cards & Party – cake & cookie bakeware and decorating supplies, candy molds & mixes, cookie cutters, favors and decorations, gift boxes & tins, gift wrap and gift bags, greeting cards, party invitations & supplies, party tableware, piñatas, ribbons & bows, serving trays and utensils, and more. •Crafts – candle & soap making, children’s crafts and activity kits, clays and ceramics, doll & bear making, doll houses and furniture, instructional books & DVDs, mosaic supplies, paints & finishes, stained glass, stenciling & tole supplies, unfinished wood and more. •Fabric – apparel fabric, bridal fabric and trim, children’s prints, fabric dyes, home décor fabric & trims, tassels & fringe, patterns, quilting supplies & notions, ribbons, seasonal fabric, sewing & quilting books, sewing notions, window hardware, shades & drapery and more. •Floral – birds, designer and fashion stems, floral foam & ribbon, flowering and greenery bushes, garlands, swags & wreaths, pre-made arrangements, plants, trees & palms, silk flowers and foliage, vases and containers, wedding books & organizers, wedding bouquets and veils, wedding invitations and favors, wedding rentals and more. •Frames – collage frames, custom framing & matting, framing glass, hanging kits & hardware, picture frames, poster and document frames, pre-cut mats, prints and posters, ready-made picture frames, sectional frame kits and more. •Hobbies – balsa wood, baseball card collecting, detailing kits, display cubes, model glues, paints & paint pens, model planes, trains and automobiles, paint brushes, rocket kits, science & educational kits, stamp and coin collecting, and more. •Home Accents – candles and candle holders, decorative ceramics & storage, framed art, furniture, glass & metal ware, lamps and lamp shades, pedestals, pillow & throws, potpourri and scented oils, quilts and rugs, wall décor, sconces and shelves, woven & storage baskets and more. •Jewelry – bead mixes & strands, beading kits, charms & pendants, feathers and conchos, glass, acrylic & plastic pearls, natural beads and gemstones, Swarovski crystals, beads & pendants and more. •Needlework – assorted yarns, floss, foam inserts & pads, individual tools, hooks & needles, lights & magnifiers, looms, needlework kits, patterns & pattern books, pillow inserts, scissors, stands & totes, and more. •Scrap-booking – cards & cardmaking accessories, embellishments & rub-ons, foam stamps, memory & photo albums, paper packs & sets, paper punches & sets, pens & markers, photo storage boxes, ribbons, rubber stamps & inks, single sheet papers, stickers and more. •Seasonal – see our website or call for department details. •Wearables – appliqués, bandanas, canvas totes, aprons & caps, flip-flops & adornments, iron-on transfers, t-shirts, tie dyes and more.
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- amex, discover, visa, master card
- We currently offer over 520 Hobby Lobby stores in 42 States. You can also shop our wide assortment of products online from the convenience of your home.
- Our customers have told us for years that Hobby Lobby is a favorite place to browse. We work hard to create a pleasant environment that is clean and orderly, in which beautiful products are displayed in an attractive manner. We desire to create an atmosphere that is not only beautiful but relaxing to the senses. What better way to lift your spirits than with music, creating the perfect audio ambience.We also offer a wide variety of classes to help you in all your crafting needs. Visit our website or call your local store to find a class near you or to find out how to become an instructor.
- Hobby Lobby partners with organizations working to share the Good News of Jesus Christ to all the world. These partners include: EthnoGraphic Media, Every Home for Christ, Harbor House Foundation, NeedHIM, One Hope, Oral Roberts University, Passages and Wycliffe. Please visit our website for more information about these organizations.Who does Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. donate to? Hobby Lobby has chosen to donate to and substantially support several charities and organizations that the family has selected, based on each charity's specific needs and mission. We believe that this specific support can provide a greater impact for good, as well as provide needed benefits to the communities that these charities are involved with. In addition, Hobby Lobby has decided to give a special 10% discount on merchandise sold to churches, schools and national charitable organizations when they purchase items with an organizational check or credit card. Please see your local store manager in regards to obtaining this discount.
- Holiday Lights & Decorations, Home Decor, Wedding Supplies & Services, Lamps & Shades, Artificial Flowers, Plants & Trees, Hobby & Model Shops, Arts & Crafts Supplies
My first visit to the Lakeland store was today. I live in Brandon so when I left my house at 6:30pm, I knew I wouldn't have much time to shop since closing time is 8:00 pm. What I didn't know was just how seriously they take closing time. We got to the store at about 7:10pm, the store is enormous so we quickly scrambled to get what we needed, by 7:30pm, a young lady announced over the store intercom that the store was closing at 8:00 pm and they would open their doors again at 9:00am, ...view morefor the patrons to gather their items and proceed to the cash registers for check out. We continued shopping for several more minutes when at 7:45pm the young lady again made her announcement over the intercom, at which time we made our way to the front of the store. While standing at the check out lines, the entire store lights blinked off and on, I thought, WTH? I felt like I was at the theater and production had made their first curtain call for everyone to get back into their seats swiftly. At 7:50 pm, the young lady again grabbed the speaker phone and announced the store was closing at 8:00pm and would reopen at 9:00am, she also said they were closed on Sundays for family and worship time (no issues there) but I started to feel anxiety and pressure to get the heck out of the store as soon as possible. The managers were now at the front of the store guarding the door and the registers, not allowing anyone entrance, And believe me when I say at 7:55pm Another Damn announcement was made over the intercom for patrons to grab their crap and get the heck out of the store... Not so much in those exact words but come on! Why not just say it. This time the main lights in the entire store were turned off, we were left with back up lights, people were bunched up at the registers waiting to check out, which, don't get me wrong, I'm all for getting everybody home but Really!? You work in retail! You are not going to sign out at 8pm on the dot! I felt a sense of anxiety while checking out, it was crazy, I couldn't enjoy the items I'd just bought for the simple fact of how closing time was dealt with. Not only that, the employees were obviously stressed to close promptly at 8:00 pm too, so their attitudes changed as well! I couldn't wait to get out of there!
So beware, save yourself the agony and avoid going to that store after 7:00 pm, you'll thank me for it!view less
If you have plenty of time to go and look around --- it's fun to do so. But plan for the cashier lines to be long and don't call ahead to find out if they carry something. Customer Service is not a priority; this is like a flea market. You go, have fun, and look around. Maybe you find a deal maybe you don't.
Even if you say "Michael's has this item in stock; I don't want to drive over to North Lakeland, if you have this item." They don't care --- it really turned me off...view more b/c they were rude as well as unaccomodating. My 3 kids always have projects going on at school. Whether it's class projects or individual projects. I thought they'd be a nice addition to Lakeland. I'm just too busy to scout around. So I'll go to Michaels instead.view less