It’s no secret that I have a love affair with Hobby Lobby. Don’t get me wrong, I love all craft stores. But there’s just something about Hobby Lobby that makes my heart pitter patter. So today I thought it would be fun to take you shopping with me. I want to share all of my favorite Hobby Lobby finds with you. These are the things you don’t want to miss next time you go. The best of the best at Hobby Lobby!
Thank you to my partners at Hobby Lobby for sponsoring this post. All opinions are mine alone.
1. Home Decor
Hands-down my favorite part of Hobby Lobby is the home decor. They have so many great items: giant wall art, cute wooden signs, mirrors, chalkboards, calendars, shelf decor, stylish storage baskets and bins, vases, clocks… you name it, they’ve got it! Here are a few of the home decor pieces that caught my eye:
|White Kitchen Remodel|
2. Decorative Knobs and Hooks
Have you ever walked down the knob aisle at Hobby Lobby? Boy, oh boy. They have dozens and dozens of gorgeous knobs.
My next favorite thing to buy at Hobby Lobby is fabric. They have super on-trend prints and even carry home decor weight fabric and cute knits… which are really hard to come by at most fabric stores! Here are a few fabrics that I fell in love with:
|Polka Dot Easter Skirts|
|Easy Sewing Machine Cover|
4. General Craft Supplies
Every craft store has craft supplies… duh. But Hobby Lobby really stands out for a few specific craft items in my mind.
- Their glitter is amazing and a good price, too.
- They have the biggest selection of patterned felt I’ve ever seen.
- Their ribbon is the cutest and a lot of the patterns coordinate with their fabric lines, so that gives you some really fun options for crafting.
- They also have awesome wrapping paper, especially at Christmas time… the rolls are HUGE and the paper is really thick and nice.
Another favorite are these rolls of patterned craft paper:
|DIY Magnetic Chalkboard Art Station|
Hobby Lobby has their own brand of yarn, so when you walk down the yarn aisle, you’ll see yarns you never knew existed. Whenever I’m dreaming up a knitting or crochet project, I start at Hobby Lobby. I was there a few days ago and noticed they have a good selection of super bulky yarn that would be great for arm knitting. This is how we feel about Hobby Lobby yarn:
Confession: sometimes in the dead of winter, I like to walk down the floral aisles at Hobby Lobby and pretend it’s spring.
|Farmhouse Tire Wreath|
8. Unfinished Wood
We have enough scrap wood left over from our house remodeling that I could probably make craft projects for years. But sometimes it is so nice to just buy instead. Look at all these blank wood signs just waiting for some crafty goodness:
|DIY Farmhouse Fall Sign|
9. Seasonal Decor
10. Glass Jars
Hobby Lobby has an entire aisle of glass jars. That’s a lot of jars!
That’s where I found these cuties I used for my spice rack:
11. Kids Room and Nursery Decor
Now that our kitchen remodel is done, I’m starting to get the itch to fix up the bedrooms. Once I paint the walls, I’ll be heading to Hobby Lobby for kids room decor. These are just a few of the displays that had me swooning.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Hobby Lobby. The opinions and text are all mine.