Although I wasn’t a fan of the crafts of this shop, you got to hand it to the staff here. They are super duper sweet and even have a little game every customer can play when they walk in, and the game is genius. It almost forces you to look at their products, but trust me doing so is a blast. I wish I liked something enough to buy from here, but in all honesty, I should have. If I’m not mistaken, I believe a lot of their products are autism-centered, so perhaps a portion of the profits goes towards autism research. If that’s not the case, maybe it should be! I believe this store has a wonderful story behind it, and I recommend anyone in the area at least give it a look and play the game! One thing I can recommend the owners do, however, is change the lighting. Please. Compared to the vibe surrounding the place, the lighting is extremely harsh and bluish. The sterility of the lighting is doing no favors for highlighting the products that are presented. Perhaps light some incense as well because the smell was a bit odd/olden.