A Locally Curated Arts & Crafts Fair
This past weekend I spent my time collecting great finds by some incredible makers and artisans, who took part in a local arts and craft event hosted in North Park. I love attending these kinds of functions, not only for the unique products and inspiration, but it’s also a chance to support small businesses and people pursuing what they love.
Saturday morning I kicked off my day at Maker’s Arcade in North Park. I missed the chance to collect one of the 100 swag bags this time, but I still went home with my fair share of products. I ended up seeking out Grey Theory Mill for some earrings, Acute Designs for a necklace, and at the Printed Palette I managed to get an adorable onsie for my nephew. Tall Guy Tables + Design, and Cheshire Salvage had some really cool wood products I also couldn’t pass up. This event also featured some amazing food, music, and a free make and take booth. Makers Arcade has a one-of-a-kind community feel to it. If you have not attended, I would highly recommend checking it out in the future.
Below are links to just a few of the many storefronts that participated. I urge you to check them out!
Grey Theory Mill
The Printed Palette
Tall Guy Tables + Design
Sable & Snow
Thread & Arrow
Fresh Baked Paper Goods
I Must Draw
Stacy Wong Handmade
Ginger Hill Candle Studio
If you would like to learn more about Makers Arcade you can visit them at http://www.makersarcade.com