New Winter Hours
Mon - Fri: 11 AM to 7 PM | Sat. - 11 AM to 5 PM | Closed Sundays
Final Inventory Clearance Sale Begins Today!
Light up your day by stopping by the "Station" and save 50% on all in-stock regularly priced merchandise. This sale continues through March 31st. Then it is lights out for the sale. Just remember that all sales are final and no other discounts apply.
OUR ON-LINE CATALOG IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
ANNUAL HOUSE CLEANING SALE CONTINUES!
What is that you may ask? Every year we place all of our samples, discontinued/slightly damaged products, display items, office supplies etc. on clearance. This year we added mystery grab bags for $5.00.
All Clearance Items: Cash only, no returns!
- Stimulates the imagination and creativity
- Enhances learning through hands-on kinesthetic involvement
- Provides for quiet, independent play or interaction with others.
- Needs no glue or preparation
- Appeals to ages 3 to 103
NOW AVAILABLE AT THE "STATION"
BELIEVE IT OR NOT! LEFT-HANDED SCISSORS ARE NOW HERE
Frequently Asked Questions about our Lamination:
Question: (customer walking into the store) What’s burning?
Answer: It’s the laminating machine.
Question: How much is your lamination?
Answer: $1.39 per linear ft. except on “Lamination Bonanza Day".
Question: What and when is Lamination Bonanza Day?
Answer: ”Lamination Bonanza Day" is every Tuesday and the price is $1.09 per linear ft.
Question: What is the thickness of your lamination?
Question: How wide is your laminator?
Answer: 24 in.
Question: Why did you run that blank sheet of paper through the laminator before mine?
Answer: We need to send a blank sheet through to make sure there is no glue residue. We start the counter after that test piece has cleared the machine. You do not pay for the test paper.
Things we will not Laminate!
- Thermal papers or any paper activated by heat, such as some event tickets.
- Paper that contains staples, sand, glitter, or metallic clasps/paper clips - they can damage the laminator.
- Paper containing heavy layer of crayon - the crayon may smear from the intense heat.
- Large, glossy wall posters - past experience tells us lamination tends to bubble and not stick to these posters.
- Valuable items such as stamps, baseball cards (autographed) or other collectibles – lamination can destroy their value.
- Nothing smaller than 3 inches
Tips in preparing your lamination
- Make sure any glue is dry.
- If there are varying thicknesses applied to the paper make sure they are placed at least ½ inch in from the edge of the paper.
- Long banners should be cut in pieces if they are longer than 4 ft. and wider than 15”.
- Small pieces need to be at least 1 ½” to 2 inches in size. It is very dangerous for the associate to place very small pieces into the laminator. Burns can occur.
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the clearance section.
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