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We visited Hobby Lobby and Michaels to see which was a better arts-and-crafts store, and there was an obvious winner

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  • Hobby Lobby & Michaels sell arts-and-crafts products like canvases and paint, sketchbooks, scrapbooking supplies, and home decor. The two stores also offer craft classes for kids and adults, as well as DIY project ideas and tips.
  • Hobby Lobby is a privately owned company, but earlier this year, it announced it would be continuing to grow, opening an additional 60 stores and hiring around 2,500 new employees in 2018. 
  • In August, Michaels reported comparable sales increased 3.8% in the third quarter. The company opened nine new stores, closed one store, and relocated seven stores in the quarter.
  • We visited neighboring locations of the two retailers in Commack, New York, and found that we preferred the shopping experience at Michaels. 


Hobby Lobby & Michaels are two of the biggest arts-and-crafts giants in the United States.

Both stores sell products like canvases and paint, sketchbooks, scrapbooking supplies, and home decor. The two stores also offer craft classes for kids and adults, as well as DIY project ideas and tips.

Hobby Lobby, which is privately owned, currently operates 800 stores across 47 states. In 2017, it opened 63 new stores, including 12 relocated stores. Earlier this year, Hobby Lobby announced it would be continuing to grow, opening an additional 60 stores and hiring around 2,500 new employees in 2018. 

Michaels, which is a public company, currently has 1,251 of its namesake stores in 49 states. In August, Michaels reported comparable comparable sales increased 3.8% in the third quarter. The company opened nine new stores, closed one store, and relocated seven stores in the quarter.

We visited the two stores at neighboring locations in Commack, New York, and found that there was a clear winner between the two. Here's the verdict: 

The first stop was Hobby Lobby.

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... and Halloween decor was slowly being added to the shelves.

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Empty shelves seemed to be pretty common throughout the store.

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One thing that surprised me was seeing Christmas decor lining the shelves in August.

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Almost everything in the Christmas aisle was on sale, making it hard to tell whether it was left over from last year still, or whether it was being put up early for this year.

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Hobby Lobby carried craft supplies for everything from scrapbooking ...

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... to jewelry making ...

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... to supplies for school projects.

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15 products with a cult following at Michaels

15 products with a cult following at Michaels

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For some people, Disneyland is the happiest place on earth, but for me, it’s Michaels. When I was growing up, my favorite aunt used to take me on special trips to our local Michaels and let me pick out beads and stickers, and 20 years later, you can still regularly find me browsing the baking aisle for sprinkles and cookie cutters I probably don’t need.

I know I have my favorite brands at products at Michaels, and so do many other customers. Despite all of our different crafting styles, there are certain products that stand out from the rest—these 15 popular products have a cult following among Michaels shoppers, and for good reason!

1. An artist’s table and stool set

This artist's work station is incredibly versatile.

Every artist needs a designated workspace, and this “creative center” fits the bill perfectly. It’s easy to see why this table and stool set is so popular: You can adjust the table height and angle, and there’s ample storage space in the form of drawers, cups, and shelves. There’s even a slide-out tray to hold your supplies as you work. Plus, the whole thing is surprisingly affordable at just over $100. Really, what’s not to love?

Get the Arts & Crafts Creative Center by Artist's Loft from Michaels for $199.99

2. A melting pot for chocolate or candy melts

This melting pot will make baking so much easier.

If you’ve ever made a recipe that calls for melted chocolate, you know how tricky it is to do in the microwave—10 seconds too long and your chocolate ends up a burnt, crunchy mess! That’s why people love the Wilton Chocolate Melting Pot. This handy pot will melt down chocolate or candy melts in no time, keeping them at the perfect temperature as you dip cake pops, fruit, or other treats.

Get the Wilton Chocolate Melting Pot from Michaels for $35.99

3. Affordable T-shirts for all your crafts

These T-shirts are a blank canvas waiting to be decorated.

Whether you’re making shirts for your child’s school spirit day or designing apparel to sell on Etsy, these short-sleeve cotton T-shirts are the perfect base for all your crafting. They come in dozens of colors, as well as sizes Small to XXX-Large. The shirts are soft and comfortable, and reviewers say they wash well, too.

Get the Gildan Short Sleeve Adult T-Shirt from Michaels for $3.49

4. This popular all-in-one glue, sealer and finish

Mod Podge is well-known and -loved within the crafting community.

It’s really no surprise that Mod Podge is a top-selling item at Michaels. This cult-favorite product has so many uses—it can be applied as a glue, sealer, and/or glossy finish, and it dries quickly so you can layer on multiple coats. Mod Podge Gloss comes in jars of all sizes, ranging from 2 ounces to 64 ounces, so you can get as much or as little as you need for your project du jour.

Get Mod Podge Gloss from Michaels for $1.99

5. Yarn that comes in dozens of colors

For a basic, versatile yarn, you can't go wrong with this product.

Whether you’re making a blanket, hat, or scarf, you’ll probably want to use this top-rated yarn. The 100% acrylic worsted yarn is ideal for knitting and crocheting, and it comes in an impressive 60 colors. It’s incredibly versatile, and reviewers say it’s well-priced and easy to work with. One of our editors who considers herself a yarn enthusiast swears by the Impeccable brands, saying she uses this yarn for just about any project that comes to her mind, whether she's knitting a blanket or making her husband another sweater.

Get Loops & Threads Impeccable Yarn from Michaels for $1.47

6. A storage box, complete with inner caddy

This storage container has ample room for supplies.

Once you start collecting crafting supplies, you’re going to need somewhere to store them all. Enter the Latchmate Storage Box.

This simple 14.5-quart box can be used to organize all sorts of supplies, whether you’re into beading, baking, drawing, or something else. It includes a removable inner tray and features durable latches to keep it closed, and it’s surprisingly affordable, so you can get a few to organize all your goodies.

Get the Latchmate White Storage Box from Michaels for $8.99

7. Disposable piping bags for cake decorating

Piping bags are a must-have for cake decorating.

Baking is one of my favorite pastimes, and if I’m ever whipping up a cake, cupcakes, or French macarons, I make sure I have disposable piping bags like these. The 12-inch bags fit all sorts of piping tips and couplers, and they’re easy to work with. Plus, when you’re done, you can simply toss the bag out, making for easier clean-up—always a plus.

Get the Disposable Decorating Bags by Celebrate It from Michaels for $4.99

8. A set of 16 acrylic paints

This acrylic paint set includes 16 assorted colors.

Whether you’re just getting into painting or have been doing it for years, these acrylic paints will serve you well. They come in a set of 16 assorted colors—plus you can mix them together to make new shades—and are perfect for use on canvas, paper, fabric, and other craft surfaces. Reviewers say these paints are easy to use, making them ideal for adults and kids alike.

Get the Acrylic Paint Value Pack By Craft Smart from Michaels for $11.99

9. A two-pack of canvases in a variety of sizes

Just think of the masterpieces you'll be able to make on these canvases.

Speaking of painting, you can get a two-pack of canvases for an affordable price from Artist’s Loft Necessities. These canvases come in a wide range of sizes, from 5-by-5-inches to 18-by-24-inches. The canvas is mounted on a kiln-dried frame, and the acid-free finish is ideal for oil or acrylic paint.

Get the 2-Pack Value Canvas from Artist’s Loft Necessities from Michaels for $4.19

10. A sketchbook for so much more than sketching

You can use all sorts of media in this sketch pad.

Want a sketchbook that can do it all? Then you need the Canson XL Mix Media Pad. This versatile pad can be used with acrylics, watercolors, charcoal, pastels, markers, pens, or pencils thanks to its heavyweight paper. The fine texture of the paper erases well and blends easily, and the pages are perforated so you can easily remove your creations. Plus, the pad comes in five different sizes to suit your artistic needs.

Get the Canson XL Mix Media Pad from Michaels for $10.99

11. A tote bag for all your artist supplies

Take your craft supplies anywhere with this bag.

If you regularly take your crafts on the road, you could definitely benefit from a tote bag like this one. The simple, affordable design has ample space for all your supplies, including a large inner pocket and several smaller side pockets. Reviewers say these totes are ideal for all sorts of supplies, including scrapbooking, journaling, drawing, and more.

Get the Artist's Loft Fundamentals Tote Bag from Michaels for $5.99

12. Super-fine glitter in every color

Add sparkle to any project with this pretty glitter.

Know what makes any craft project better? Glitter. Lots and lots of sparkly glitter! This extra-fine glitter by Recollections is perfect for all sorts of applications, whether you’re making paper crafts, apparel, or party decor. It comes in 28 colors, and reviewers say it gives any surface a beautiful metallic finish.

Get the Extra Fine Glitter by Recollections from Michaels for $3.99

13. Essential round cake pans

Circular pans are a must-have item if you want to bake cakes.

Every baker needs a few round cake pans in their cupboard—personally, I have like eight of them in various sizes.

If you’re in the market for a new circular pan, these ones from Wilton are highly regarded among bakers. They come in tons of different sizes, from 6 inches in diameter all the way up to 16 inches, and the premium aluminum material will deliver evenly baked cakes every time.

Get the Round Cake Pan by Wilton from Michaels for $8.99

14. Heat-transfer vinyl to decorate fabric

This heat-transfer vinyl comes in dozens of colors.

If you want to create custom T-shirts, tote bags, bandanas, and more, one of the best ways to do so is with heat-transfer vinyl. This particular vinyl comes in 37 different colors, and it easily applies to cotton, polyester, poly/cotton blends, and leather. It’s easy to weed, making it possible to create intricate designs, and reviewers love that it comes with a transfer sheet already attached.

Get the Siser EasyWeed Heat Transfer Vinyl from Michaels for $9.99

15. A pan that lets you cook 24 muffins at once

Finally, you can bake a full batch of cupcakes in one pan!

I hate having to bake cupcakes or muffins in two separate pans, so I completely understand the appeal of this 24-cavity pan from Wilton. You can fit a full batch of baked goods into just one pan, and its nonstick, dishwasher-safe design is incredibly convenient to use. However, reviewers warn to measure your oven before you buy, as this pan is super wide and may not fit into smaller appliances.

Get the Wilton Oven Right 24-Cavity Muffin Pan from Michaels for $20.99

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American arts and crafts retailer

This article is about the US retail chain Michaels and its parent company. For persons named Michaels, see Michaels (surname).

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IndustryRetail, wholesale arts, crafts, framing, floral, wall décor, and merchandise for makers and do-it-yourself home decorators
Founded1973; 48 years ago (1973)[1]
FounderMichael J. Dupey
HeadquartersIrving, Texas, U.S.

Number of locations

1,252 (US, Canada) (January 2021)[2]

Key people

Ashley Buchanan (CEO)[3]
OwnerThe Michaels Companies
WebsiteMichaels Stores

Michaels Stores, Inc. (Michaels) is a privately-held chain of 1,252 American and Canadian arts and crafts stores, as of January 2021. It is one of North America's largest provider of arts, crafts, framing, floral and wall décor, and merchandise for makers and do-it-yourself home decorators.[2] The company was founded in 1973 by Michael J. Dupey in Dallas, Texas. The company is part of The Michaels Companies, Inc., founded in 2014 and headquartered in Irving, Texas.[4][5] In addition to Michaels stores, The Michaels Companies operates Aaron Brothers Custom Framing store-within-a-store,[6] and Artistree, a manufacturer of custom and specialty framing merchandise. The company also develops over a dozen private brands sold in Michaels stores, including Recollections, Studio Décor, Bead Landing, Creatology and Ashland.[2][7] In March 2021, Michaels parent The Michaels Companies agreed to be acquired by private equity company Apollo Global Management, and the acquisition was completed in April 2021.[8]


In 1973, Dallas businessman Michael J. Dupey founded Michaels in Dallas, Texas, when he converted a money losing Ben Franklin five and dime store into an arts and crafts store.[4][5]

In 1982, Dallas businessman Sam Wyly bought a controlling interest in the company, which by then had 11 outlets with annual revenues around $10 million.[9] After the sale, Dupey founded MJ Designs, which was later bought out by The Michaels Companies.[5]

In 1984, the company was first publicly traded (on NASDAQ) under parent entity The Michaels Companies, which operated 16 stores.[9] Over the next decade, the company bought craft and hobby stores in local and regional markets.[10]

In 1994, Michaels Stores expanded acquired craft stores in the Pacific Northwest, including Treasure House Crafts, Oregon Craft & Floral Supply, and H&H Craft & Floral.[10] In the Midwest and Northeast, it bought Leewards Creative Crafts, a 101-unit store chain.[11]

In 1995, Michaels Stores acquired Aaron Brothers Holdings, Inc., a specialty framing and art supply store.

By 1996, Michaels' sales reached $1.24 billion with 450 stores.[12]

In the fall of 2008, Michaels Stores opened its 1,000th store.[13]

In 2006, two private equity groups, Bain Capital and the Blackstone Group, purchased Michaels Stores for $6 billion, taking it private.[14]

In May 2007, Martha Stewart and Michaels launched "Martha Stewart Crafts," an online resource for home "do-it-yourselfers" with how-to instructions, projects, and crafting products.[15]

In 2010, Michaels began a partnership with Chef Duff to feature the Duff Goldman Collection in its stores. The line includes baking products including fondant, sprinkle sets, color spray, cake tattoos and color paste.[16]

In February 2011, Michaels and Aaron Brothers stores suffered a data compromise that affected their debit card terminals in 20 states. The company alerted customers who made PIN-based purchases between February 8 and May 6, 2011 that their data may have been exposed.[17] A class action lawsuit was filed against Michaels in the County Court of Passaic, New Jersey over the incident.[18]

In March 2012, Reuters reported that JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs were "the leads on what could be one of the year's largest IPOs in the retail sector", with one source saying the IPO would be registered in April.[19]Reuters further reported that Michaels posted earnings before interest, income taxes, depreciation and amortization of $661 million in 2011 and had total debt of $3.5 billion as of January 28, 2012.[19] The filing, for a $500 million common stock issue,[20] came on March 30. The ticker would be MIK on the NYSE. A report on the filing put the company's debt at $3.8 billion and said 2011 revenue was $4.2 billion and net income was $176M.[21] In July, the IPO was "put on hold indefinitely" after CEO John Menzer suffered a stroke.[22] In Menzer's absence, Lew Klessel, Bain managing director, and Charles Sonsteby, Michaels' chief administrative officer and chief financial officer, served in a temporary Office of CEO.

In February 2013, Chuck Rubin was appointed CEO. Rubin was president and CEO of personal-care specialty retailer Ulta Beauty at the time of his appointment and had previously been with Office Depot and Accenture.[23] The Michaels Office of CEO was discontinued when Rubin assumed his position later in February and Sonsteby continued as CAO/CFO.[24]

In June 2014, Michaels became a public company under newly formed parent The Michaels Companies.[25]

As of January 2021, there were 1,252 Michaels stores in 49 out of 50 states in the U.S., and Canada, with approximately $5.362 billion in sales for fiscal 2020.[2] The stores were taken private once again in April 2021, when parent The Michaels Companies was acquired by venture capital firm Apollo Global Management.[26][27]


Michaels Stores sell a variety of arts and crafts products, including scrapbooking, beading, knitting, rubber stamping, home décor items, floral items, kids' crafts, paints, framing, greenery, baking and many seasonal items.[28] Michaels produces a number of private brands including Recollections, Studio Decor, Bead Landing, Creatology, Ashland, Celebrate It, Art Minds, Artist's Loft, Craft Smart, Loops & Threads, Make Market, Foamies, LockerLookz, Imagin8, and Sticky Sticks.[29]

The company also offers custom framing through its Aaron Brothers Custom Framing store-within-a-store[30] and online.[31] Online, customers can upload, edit and print photos from their computer or social media sites. They can then select and customize the size, surface, frame and mat.[32]

The company also develops over a dozen private brands sold in Michaels stores, including Recollections, Studio Décor, Bead Landing, Creatology and Ashland.[2][7]

The Michaels Companies[edit]

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IndustryRetail, wholesale arts, crafts, framing, floral, wall décor, and merchandise for makers and do-it-yourself home decorators
Founded2014; 7 years ago (2014)[25]
FounderMichael J. Dupey
HeadquartersIrving, Texas, U.S.

Number of locations

1,252 (US, Canada) (January 2021)[2]

Key people

Ashley Buchanan (CEO)[3]
RevenueIncreaseUS$5.271 billion (2020)[2]

Operating income

Increase US$533.54 million (2020)[2]

Net income

Increase US$294.9 million (2020)[2]
Total assetsIncrease US$4.528 billion (2020)[2]
Total equityIncrease US$−1.197 billion (2020)[2]
OwnerApollo Global Management

Number of employees

45,000 (2019)[2]
WebsiteThe Michaels Companies


The Michaels Companies, the parent of Michaels Stores, Inc, debuted in June 2014 on the NASDAQ under the symbol MIK and raised about $472 million in its initial public offering, using the funds to pay down debt.[25] The IPO valued the company at $3.45 billion.[33][34]

In April 2015, Rubin was named chairman, in addition to his title of CEO. In August, Michaels announced a partnership with online DIY craft design and video company Darby Smart aimed at "making crafting simpler and more accessible."[35]

In February 2016, the company completed the acquisition of Lamrite West, Inc., which included an international wholesale business under the Darice brand name ("Darice") and 36 arts and crafts retail stores located primarily in the Midwest under the Pat Catan's brand name.[7] In August, The Michaels Companies acquired Hancock Fabrics' intellectual property and customer database as part of its bankruptcy and liquidation.[36]

In June 2017, The Michaels Companies became a Fortune 500 company.[37] In Fall, Michaels launched a relationship with Elizabeth Jean "Busy" Philipps in fall 2017, resulting in a digital video series called The Make Off, in which Busy competes in a crafting competition against other celebrities. In 2018, The Make Off series was nominated for a Webby Award. That year the company also embarked on media partnerships with Good Morning America and Nickelodeon around the concept of promoting screen-free activities for children and teens. In October, Charles Sonsteby retired from his position as Vice Chairman of the Company.[38][39]

In March 2018, the company announced its partnership with TV design personalities Drew and Jonathan Scott of HGTV's Property Brothers for a custom frame collection.[32]

In January 2019, the company announced the closure of the Pat Catan Stores, a dozen or more of which were to be reopened under the Michaels Stores name.[40] In November The Michaels Companies, Inc. announced that they would reopen up to 40 A.C. Moore stores after its bankruptcy and liquidation.[41] In October, Mark Cosby was named CEO of the Michaels Companies after being named interim CEO in February 2019.[42] In November, The Michaels Companies, Inc. announced that they would reopen up to 40 A.C. Moore stores as Michaels stores after A.C. Moore's bankruptcy and liquidation.[43]

In January 2020, former Walmart merchandising executive Ashley Buchanan joined The Michaels Companies as the chief executive officer and a member of the board of directors.[44] In July, the company downsized its headquarters but remained in Irving, Texas.[45]

On March 3, 2021, The Michaels Companies management agreed to be acquired by venture capital firm Apollo Global Management for $22 per share, or $3.3 billion, and the company was to be taken private.[26] In April, Apollo announced in a press release that the acquisition was completed.[27]


The Michaels Companies owns Artistree, a vertically integrated custom framing business that manufactures precut mats and framing merchandise for Michaels Stores and online ordering. Custom framing orders are processed and shipped to a Michaels store where the frame is assembled and picked up by the customer.[2]


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