Today I paid a visit to a crafts store (Michael's) looking for a Dremel attachment that my "normal" sources didn't have. They didn't have it either, but I spent over an hour wandering around looking for it (they're not real organized and I was too proud to ask) and I did find: - More kinds of glue, paint, inks, brushes, knives, etc than I knew existed. - Some stuff used to make "gel candles", whatever they are, that you heat and pour into a mold. It looks almost totally transparent - might be a way to model water. - All sorts of dried and artificial floral stuff. I got some that looks like it will make great N-scale pine trees when glued into a trunk. - Little (about 1in long!) spring-type wooden clothespins that would make great little clamps for various projects, at 50 for around $2.50. - Throwaway foam brushes, 10 for a buck. - Little working clock faces, great for a town hall if I had one. Anyway, I would recommend it to anyone. It was an hour well spent even if I didn't find what I was looking for.