Martha Stewart collection at Walmart





If you haven't heard yet... she has added another "mart" to her name, Martha Stewart that is. You can now find DIY wedding and other paper crafts at the super accessible Walmart, and for great prices. I rarely go to W-mart but last night I had to grab something at the 24 hour super store and I surprisingly came across her goods and nabbed a few shots with my phone. Read more about it here. Thoughts?

12 comments:

Diane said...

Super good news about Martha and Walmart. Thanks for the info... and the great sneak-peek pics!

.caroline armelle. said...

ya, i just saw a commercial on tv today. i'll have to check it out for sure.

Murray said...

Yeah, I don't shop at Wal-Mart and I really don't think Martha is enough of a draw for me to stop by. I could go on and on about why... but I think it should be obvious; I suppose conscience trumps style, this time. I do enjoy her line at Michael's however.

allnitescrapper said...

yippee! there is a Michaels being built close to me, but for now, I don't get to shop Martha's line very easily... it'll be fun to see it come through to our WalMart! Love your blog!
katie b. :)
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Amanda said...

Ugh. She is taking over the world. Somehow is doesn't seem so cool anymore if you can get it everywhere. I might have to stop shopping at Target is she ever has a line there. I'm glad I don't ever go to Wal-Mart.

Valances said...

Wow, so now we got this "rumor" of Martha Stewart selling her things at Walmart? To be honest, Martha Stewart is too big a name to stick with a company that is falling apart (=K Mart). If she decides to move to Walmart, it will be a good move for her enterprise, but it will also be great for consumers who mostly shop at Walmart anyway. I'm no fan of Walmart, most of their items are low quality items, but let's face it, this is a real and practical move on her part.

Anonymous said...

I love Martha, but I just can't shop at Wal-Mart, it's just way too soul killing. It would be nice if she had the items made in America though - she's probably the only one with enough power and clout to get
Wal-Mart to even think of bringing higher quality products to their stores.

laura said...

Some of the stuff is really cool, but most of it you can just make on your own with out the expensive kit.

Heather said...

From the article about the move it sounds like it is the same stuff she sells at Michael's... will it be different? cheaper? I don't shop at walmart, and the martha aisle is the first (and sometimes only) one i go to at Michael's, but if it is the same stuff for even cheaper... hmm...

s. said...

does that woman ever sleep? ;)

Holly O. said...

I personally think this is a bit much. So she's at Kmart, Michaels, Macy's and Walmart now? Am I missing another? I do like her line at Michaels, but I think she should pick one or two places and stick to it. The Kmart and Walmart stuff are too similar.

Alison said...

i dislike wal-mart as much as the next, but far be it from Martha to deny her beauty from the masses.

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