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post #16 of 20
I'm not crazy about Michael's either... but the only other option here (and it's 2 hours away) is Tall Mouse and I hate them more...


I miss Garden Ridge soooooooooo much. Michael's is the closest thing we have to it here in California... and many of you know how far off the mark that is! After 3 years, I still can't believe Los Angeles has nothing better to offer.
post #17 of 20
I like Michaels okay but my best source of cake stuff is George's Hobby House 30 miles away. I've been browsing thru their boxes of Wilton tips every time I go in there and come home with a few more to play with each time. I was wanting the tilted turntable for a while too, still would if it was sturdier, but figure I can get a lot of stuff for the $ it costs. I just elevate the turntable I have and it works okay for me, even doing the basket weave. If my icing isn't too stiff it's a cinch. I haven't looked at Joann for cake supplies yet. Our Wal Mart sure as heck isn't making any effort to accommodate cake decorators. Their stock gets punier all the time. Have I mentioned that I'm not overly fond of Wal Mart? LOL
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post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by CarolAnn

Our Wal Mart sure as heck isn't making any effort to accommodate cake decorators. Their stock gets punier all the time. Have I mentioned that I'm not overly fond of Wal Mart? LOL


Have you talked to the people in fabrics and crafts or even the store manager, sometimes they can make sure that they have stuff in for you. Also one of the Walmarts in our area has a wilton ordering list where you can special order wilton stuff (this is especially for the bridal stuff), see if they have one of those and check out the prices.
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post #19 of 20
I 'll check into that thanks. But the other stores I go to aren't but 30 miles away so I try and hit them all when I go that way. Wal Mart isn't too concerned with satisfying the customer. My husband knew Sam Walton from flying him around on the corporate plane and he really cared, but since he's gone it's not the same. You take what you can get and heaven forbid you expect them to keep it stocked.
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post #20 of 20
I have the turntable..........it's not worth it.......it doesn't turn smooth at all.....I do use it but I'm VERY careful with it............because I don't trust it
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