Casper paint and wood sign shop helps the community get creative

Published: Apr. 1, 2020 at 7:18 PM CDT
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The Artisan Alley studios are empty because like other local businesses, it’s closed. However, Corinne Driscoll, the owner, started taking curbside orders for the sign kits about a week ago.

She said she is overwhelmed by the amount of work she has set herself up for and the amount of gratitude she is feeling.

“It makes me feel great because not only am I helping parents who have no way to entertain their kiddos, but it’s also keeping us going,” Driscoll said.

She added filling all of these can be overwhelming because she only has one employee helping her.

“If I were to ask any of my employees to come back then I run the risk of them being sick. I don’t want to take that chance,” Driscoll said.

She added she sold over fifty kits for older kids and has no idea how many of the kits for the little kids and with all of these orders, she had to cut back on the pickup days.

“Instead of going Wednesday through Saturday pick up times I can only do Thursday through Saturday,” Driscoll said.

If community members want to order a kit, call Artisan Alley at (307) 265-0991.

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