Crafters Palace specializes in all vinyl needs and more

by Dan Holland

For Kailey Krysh, opening her own crafting business in the Broadview Commons shopping plaza was the culmination of a number elements coming together.

“We were thinking about buying a business in Medina that was for sale, but when that fell through, we began looking into starting a new one by ourselves,” said Krysh. “I have always done crafts – I have done a lot of craft shows over the years, so this is merging it all together for me.”

Krysh had assistance from her parents in opening Crafters Palace, located at 9190 Broadview Rd., in October. They also assist her in operating the business.

The shop offers a wide variety of sublimation blanks that can be custom designed to order, including T-shirts, sweatshirts, infant clothing, bibs, mugs, lunch boxes, coasters, tumblers, cup wraps, hats, laser engraved items and more.

Krysh began selling her own wares at area craft shows after the Covid-19 pandemic effected a career change in her life. She began searching for a locale in 2021 but was unable to find the right spot until last year when she moved into the 2,000 square-foot shop located next door to X-Golf.

“I started doing my own shows and just rolled with it – we looked for our own spot for a while, but we just couldn’t find the right one,” said Krysh. “We wanted to stay away from areas that already had craft and hobby stores. This was the perfect spot, located half-way between my home in Fairlawn and my parents’ home in Hinckley.”

“We are a one-stop shop for all your vinyl, sublimation and laser needs,” she added. “We’re different in that we’ll do custom orders; a lot of other places don’t offer that. I’ll do them the same day if I can, and tailor it to whatever customers are looking for, whether it’s T-shirts, cups, hats or other items.”

Krysh emphasized that she can work with customers to create designs for whatever product they may have in mind.

“I can help them with whatever they need – I can come up with a design for customers in something they’re looking for whether it’s a gift or something for themselves,” she said. “Often, people will come in with an idea, but they don’t know what they want as far as a font or colors. I can draw it all up on a computer for them.”

The business offers online sales, but relies mainly on walk-in business, said Krysh. “Everyone who comes in likes it and is really happy that the store is here, since there are no other craft stores nearby,” she said. We offer service with a smile and can make anything and everything that people may need or want.”

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Photo: Kailey Krysh is the owner of Crafters Palace, which offers a variety of sublimation blanks that can be used to make custom T-shirts, hats and more. Photo by Dan Holland.