The fun trend is an amateur photographer's dream.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
February 26, 2018
Hobby Lobby
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As countless Southerners know, a trip to Hobby Lobby is a surefire way to brighten up your day. Now, the Oklahoma City-based company is part of a fun campaign that has taken the internet by storm.

The so-called "Hobby Lobby Challenge" started when 22-year-old photographer Kelsey Maggart posted photos of herself besides flowers at Hobby Lobby on Twitter.

The tweet quickly went viral, and has now amassed more than 15,800 retweets and 104,260 likes and counting. Don't recognize Hobby Lobby? We don't blame you. Check out the photo pre-photoshopping:

It's amazing what photo editing can do, huh? Now, Maggart has ignited flocks of teens and young adults to share their own version of #HobbyLobbyChallenge on social media. From hilarious to museum-worthy masterpieces, it's pretty impressive what folks across the country have created.

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While we would never turn down a trip to Hobby Lobby, we're quite certain we could pull off some similar photos—without disrupting any customers—by heading to the comfort of our very own garden shed.