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Has anyone found these sold at the state-side Michael's?

I just ran a quick search on the website and turned up nothing relevant.
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I often go to several Michigan Michael's, with magic on my mind. I never saw any.
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Ah, yes! The old "I can't find it on the Michael's web site" dichotomy. There is a similar one for the Hobby Lobby web site. This would indicated to the seeker that there is a disconnect somewhere between the web programmer and the stock computer.
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On 2010-10-11 10:28, Dave V wrote:
I thought I heard of someone with a routine with "Snowball" in the title that used white sponge balls but I don't recall who it is.

Finn Jon does a routine with small, white sponge balls, calling them "snowballs"
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I know this is an old topic, but I recently had an inquiry into my "Snowballs" which I make and sell (for about the last seven years now.) Hank Lee sometimes has them in stock, but you can always order direct. Send a request to for my free email catalog. This is the only way you can get it. Don't PM me here! My snowballs are cut from white C-150 grade foam (not super-soft, but soft enough) and they are not perfect spheres, but they are made to look like real snowballs.
Now, here's the real scoop on extending the life of any sponge product. Just about any type of sponge will yellow and deteriorate with age. This is due to oxidation. It cannot be completely avoided, but the process can be significantly retarded. The best advice is to keep sealed in a zippered plastic bag when not in use, and store out of sunlight.
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Dan beat me to the punch: I have his Snowball sponges and they are magnificent! I use them for many, many, many different presentation angles. I bought mine from Hank Lee and they ran about $15 or so - great price for such a great product with limitless uses. The fact that they are not perfectly round almost mimics the first sponge balls from the early years in which they were hand cut from larger stock, not made by a machine.
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