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Over the last decade, Graffito, in downtown Cheyenne, has been a favorite spot for residents to make their own arts and crafts.
"I think they feel comfortable here. People come and spend the entire day. I think it's just a comfortable place to come and relax, you de-stress. I think that has a lot to do with it and we're really friendly," said April Wilson.
Co-owner April Wilson had owned an RV business before, but decided to get into the arts and crafts business for the first time 10 years ago.
"We've always like pottery. We've always been craft, but it was a learning process," Wilson said.
Wilson was joined in ownership by her son, Tobias, three years ago and they've been having a blast ever since.
"The thing that I like most about it is that not only do kids have something to do in here, but adults, grandparents. There's something for everybody to do in here so everybody can have fun," said Tobias Martin.
Providing something that people enjoy has been fun but it's also a lot of hard work.
"A lot of hours. You're here a lot. You've got to be dedicated to what you do. You've got to like what you do," Wilson said.
But it's that hard work and smiling face that makes them successful and keeps people coming back.
"We enjoy what we do so I think that has a lot to do with our success and why we're still here," Wilson said.