Jori's Hobby Materials: Napkings, Scrapbooking, Glues, Letters


It may sound well-worn but I keep to it: our experience is that you get a very privileged feeling if you are able to earn a living from a hobby. I would really like to tell you how we, in our little company, work. At the start of each year, we do some thorough alterations. No customer will notice that. We work silently and without dust clouds. Every corner is tackled, everything is totally renewed. New colours, new examples, you name it.

In the meantime, life goes on in the old shop: customers looking for their stuff or just having a look at all the examples we made or at the exhibited pieces of work of other customers. Before leaving our shop, we ask our customers to leave us their impressions so that we can keep on improving our shop. What we often hear is that people appreciate the extensive explanations and advice. Only, we do not see this as explaining or advising, we just talk about what we (in all modesty) are good at. Our passion for the job is what appeals to people and what stimulates them to dive into creativity. Another trump is that we address people in their own language, thanks to our foreign speaking co-workers. We think this is very important as we have customers from all over the world.

But I am wandering away. I was talking about our yearly alterations. We use our summer holiday to finish off the changes. Once we are convinced that everything is the way we want it to be, we are obliged to close the shop for a short period. People usually do not appreciate this, but once they see why we were closed, they tend to forgive us straight away.

The old shop is pulled down in a tearing rush to make way for the new one. Silently and without dust clouds. After that, we are open again throughout the year, 24/7.

Do you feel like having a look? You are always very welcome to

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