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LONDON — A mother of four has created a craft store called Dad’s Day Crafts in London.

The store sells handmade goods like clothes, crafts and other craft items.

It’s open every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., and the store also sells a number of other items like candles and gifts.

“There are so many different things we could sell, from furniture to furniture,” said shop manager and father, Benoît, who was born in France.

“I don’t want to be like a child and try to sell things like a toy box.”

Benoït’s mother, Anne, has been a professional baker since she was a little girl.

“It’s really hard to do,” she said.

“But my mom always told me to try and make things for her.

I think that’s the greatest thing.”

Ben’s mother is a baker who is not related to the shop’s owner, but has known Anne since childhood.

Anne told ABC News, “We’ve had lots of fun together.

We’ve seen our friends and their kids growing up.”

Ben and Anne are raising a daughter, Olivia, now five.

“We want to keep the space open for everyone to come and enjoy,” said Anne.

The shop, located at the corner of Queen and Richmond Streets, is open from 10:30 a.g. to 11:30 p.g., Monday through Friday, and Saturday from 10 p,a.m to 11 p.b.

The decor at the shop is eclectic.

There are traditional French and Indian fabrics, and there is even a hand-painted wall art.

There’s also a wide variety of food items like poutine, kimchi and a variety of spices.

Benoêt said that he is happy to keep it as small as possible.

“People don’t know how much time we have,” he said.

Anne said she has enjoyed the shop so far.

“For me, it’s like a dream come true,” she told ABC.

“This is my mom, her mom, all my mom.

This is her place.”

Ben said that his father will continue to work at the business, but he wants to open a second store.

“The idea of the second store is great,” he told ABC of his vision.

Find out more about Benoichets mother, mom, shop, craft store, Anne and other creative families on ABC News’ “Inside Edition.” “

I hope that Benoijts mother will be able to support the business and make sure the shop stays open for a long time.”

Find out more about Benoichets mother, mom, shop, craft store, Anne and other creative families on ABC News’ “Inside Edition.”

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