August 14, 2010

CIB: Peek Inside the Bag

Are you ready to see more of the great goody bag items from our sponsors?  Many of our sponsors will also be vendors at the Cowtown Indie Bazaar.  In fact, you can meet all of today's sponsors at the show on September 4th.

If you're looking for jewelry with a vintage or snarky twist, then you need to check out Casey's Clutter.  She specializes in fun collage pendant necklaces made from Scrabble tiles and more, funky rings, and patron saints.  For the goody bags Casey created charms featuring words like glitter, superhero, and joy.  She even included a coupon for $1 off any item!

Cosmo's Woodshop is a husband and wife team.  Josh creates wood furniture and home goods, and Julie knits and crochets accessories, baby hats and items for the home.  They created a rainbow of paint chip bookmarks for our bags.

Melissa of Sincerely Serenity creates jewelry and items for the home with fused glass and metalwork.  For the bags she created bottle cap keychains featuring photos of famous landmarks and pretty designs.  She also included coupons for both her booth and online shop.

For awesome sewn hats and scarves featuring bold patterns and fun trim and decorations visit Cooper Street.  Misty adds cute flower pins, like the ones she sent for the goody bags, to most of her hats.

Fitzy Sparrow is peculiar in all the right ways and creates gorgeous elegant punky jewelry with a vintage feel.  Amelia was kind enough to create these lovely earrings for the bags.  I'm loving the studs in the front!

This is the perfect coaster for your morning cup of coffee, tea, or juice.  Shannon of Bits or Bobbins makes fantastically cute and modern sewn items for babies, including bibs, burp clothes, clothing, and blankets.  You can see the love that goes into every stitch, and to show those getting bags a little love she included a coupon for 15% off your total purchase at her booth.

Blue Eye Brown Eye sent these bitty letterpressed note cards that are perfect for slipping in a lunch bag, coat pocket, or small gift to a friend or loved one.  I adore how the soft blue of "hello" contrasts the tiny red envelopes.  Visit her shop or booth for more adorable letterpressed and embroidered cards and vintage hanky pillows.

I hope you enjoyed today's peek in the bag.  Remember to get to the show early, doors open promptly at 9am, if you want to get a goody bag filled with these wonderful items.  I have more coming next week, so please come back.

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1 comment:

Cheryl said...

I so hope to get there in time to get a goodie bag!