How to make Easter crafts
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An Easter celebration in the United States is becoming more and more difficult, but craft shops and shops selling crafts are still selling plenty of them.
In Israel, craft stores have been shut down for many years and now it seems there’s no going back.
On Thursday, Israeli craft stores, including Bazaar Ben Franklin, have been closed for several days after authorities in Tel Aviv confiscated the stores’ cash registers, leaving customers unable to withdraw cash.
A large number of people who had purchased Easter baskets and other items from the shops have gone into the streets to protest against the shutdown.
Bazaar Benjamin Franklin, a shop that has been operating in Tel-Aviv for over a decade, is located in a shopping mall and is located near the Tel Aviv subway station.
It opened on May 3, 2017 and is one of the oldest and largest crafts stores in Israel.
It has a huge selection of handmade jewelry, handbags, handmade goods and jewelry for men and women, and other products.
Its main market is in Tel Aviv, and the shop also sells goods from the United Arab Emirates, France, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom and elsewhere.
“We have received so many calls from people who are unable to pay their rent because of the closure,” said Ali Akram, one of Bazaar’s owners.
“But we also know that we will be able to sell goods to everyone.
People can come and shop at the store, and we will have more places to sell.”
The closure of Basha Benjamin Franklin on Thursday has forced the shop to shut its doors.
The shop owner said he has lost a lot of business because of all the calls from customers and staff.
“It’s a very emotional moment for us,” he said.
“If we keep selling our products, we will continue to provide our customers with a beautiful product.”
Akram said Basha is still selling Easter baskets for men, but the shop is closed for the day and will reopen on Monday.
“There is nothing more important than creating a special moment for the people,” he added.
“The people love Easter.”
Basha has closed its doors because of a number of reasons.
First, the shop owner decided not to give up the business because it is important to him, he said, adding that the closure is a reflection of the state of Israeli society.
“When you lose your business, it means that you are losing the support of your people, so the people are losing their ability to work.
This is a great loss for us, but it’s not an easy thing to take.”
Akrams father, Ali, said he’s happy to keep the business open for the rest of the year.
“I hope this will be the start of a new chapter for the Basha shop,” he told Al Jazeera.
“Our business is a family business and it is my family that makes all the things we make.”
The Basha store was founded in 1992, and its owner, Basha, has been in the business for over 30 years.
Basha opened its first store in Jerusalem in 1998, and in recent years, it has expanded to other cities in Israel, the UAE, and across the world.
“Basha has grown up in TelAviv, but its a family shop that keeps its roots here,” said the owner.
“Everyone has their favorite items, and everyone buys it from us, so we want to give our customers a unique experience.”
Bazaar also has a separate store for women, where men can buy gifts and accessories, as well as a gift shop.
“This is a very big loss for Basha,” Akram added.
Akram was in Telaviv for a few days and had to return to Jerusalem after the closure of his shop, but he was able to take his business to a new store, Bazaar Elie.
“My shop will still be open for some time.
We will start selling our special items in a few weeks,” he promised.
“A lot of people are hurting, so I’m not going to stop.”
The owner of Bazi, Bazi Shaul, also said he will continue selling his shop.
Shaul said he lost his business because he does not have the money to pay the rent for his family, which includes two young children.
“In order to survive, I need to work,” he explained.
“For now, I will take it easy.”
Shaul told Aljazeera that the decision to close the shops came as a shock to him.
“They have told us that they have to close because the law does not allow the establishment of any stores in Tel and Aviv,” he recalled.
Bazi is not the only shop to be shuttered for a long time. “
However, I believe that they are doing this in order to prevent people from buying products from our shops.”
Bazi is not the only shop to be shuttered for a long time.
On June 3, the owner of Aya, an Israeli
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