Loc: Bay Area University
|Posted: 2/8/2013 1:08:06 PM|
I want some new CHA STUFF! I'm in LA for the weekend. Where should I go?
Loc: PTC, GA
|Posted: 2/8/2013 1:19:14 PM|In LA? Goodluck
If you have a car and can travel, I would head up to Santa Clarita to Remember When When I lived in LA I found that they had a great selection and the place is huge. If you're near the 405 it's doable, but if you're further inland it might be a pain.
I moved away, but there used to be a small shop in Culver City, at the Howard Hughs center. I moved away 2 years ago so they might have closed. Their selection was tiny so I'm not sure how worthwhile it would be.
If your further inland, there's a decent shop in Ontario, CA. I only visited twice on my way through the area but it had a nice selection.
Wootens (again, this was about 2 years ago)
|Posted: 2/9/2013 12:57:20 AM|
I would recommend Scraparazzi in Whittier. They have a really good selection and a friendly staff.
If you're looking for something specific, you may want to call ahead to make sure they have it in stock.
Loc: So Cal
|Posted: 2/9/2013 2:17:32 AM|
If you're staying near LAX in the South Bay area there's a store in Torrance called "Scrampers" and it's still open. They're the best in the area. If you want to step into 1999, there is a store called A to Z Scrapbooking on Anza. I walked in there a few weeks back, and was shocked by the time warp!
Scrampers has a pretty nice staff, some decent stuff, but it's 'just' a LSS.
There used to be a great store in Irvine, but it closed. We don't have much for great stores.
Even that store "Urbanic" in Venice was a waste of gas. It was a great little store, it was cute. But meh, I didn't buy anything. And they are definitely more stationary oriented then other blogs would lead you to believe.