As I entered into Michaels, the first thing you'll notice is how huge they are for an Arts and Crafts store. All cash registers are on and working as employees work quickly to ring up customers items. Inside the store, you'll find every arts can crafts item you can imagine. They'll have threads, many kinds of crayons, different shapes of scissors, buttons, clothes, glues, and the list goes on and on. The only thing I don't like about the place is it's organization. They don't have real organization in the store. They'll just mix up papers and threads in one row, and glue with crayons in another. Shelfs are stacked high with items, and there are a lot of shelves. Prices for items seem unusually high, I guess I could get them in Walmart or Target, but those stores don't hold as much stock, or nearly as much variety as Michaels. I also love how clean and neat the place is. You'd think that a store like this would have beads and clutter all over the floor, but they don't. Everything in the store is shiney. If you have a school project to do, this is one of the first places you should stop by.