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    I am new to this site and don't really know my way around, but am looking for a place to buy really small chain,screw eyes, and any thing else to hang ornaments on display stands etc. Thanks Wally

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    do you want chain as in for hanging things or like gold chain?-- if it is for hanging things go to Wally world in the hardware dept. they have everything you need.
    Sharon

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    • #3
      Wally,

      Check out this site. They should have what you are looking for.
      Just do a search for chain on it.

      http://www.nationalartcraft.com/
      Rolf
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        Save big money at Menards. Find out what walmart is selling it for and Menards will sell it to you for 11% less. Fortunately for me, Menards, Lowes and walmart are all next to one another. Menards also does rebates, so always check that rebate wall. My wife and I walk out of menards with bag loads of free items, although most of the time its for something we don t need.
        I am sure walmart has the tiny screw eyes, but they may not have the rolls of chain. Lowes will have the screw eyes and the chain, get their price then go to Menards for the discount.
        Last edited by workin for wood; 12-15-2006, 07:56 AM.
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