August 21, 2010

CIB: Peek Inside the Bag

Welcome back for another weekend sneak peek at the Cowtown Indie Bazaar goody bags.  I'm excited to share today's goodies with you, so let's just dive in.

Lizziebees makes cute accessories for pets and their humans, including collars, toys, key fobs, and id holders.  Lianne provided these catfish for the bags, which are made from lovely fabrics and filled with catnip for the special kitty in your life.  If you like these, then come meet her at the Cowtown Indie Bazaar on September 4th.

Regal Cottage specializes in eco-fab clothing, toys, and art for children made from vintage and designer fabrics.  My daughter and I both love these adorable flower hairclips she sent in for the bags.  You can also meet Regina at the show.

If you believe that what you put on your body is as important as what you put in it, then you need to check out Soap Addict.  Karla makes soaps, lip balms, sugar scrubs, and solid lotion bars that not only smell amazing, but are also vegetarian and free of parabens, phthalates, and artificial ingredients.  She sent in sample size bars of her rosemary mint, lemongrass green tea, and oatmeal, lavender and honey soap.  Soap Addict will also be at Cowtown Indie Bazaar.

Robot Pop makes cute, colorful jewelry and accessories from vintage finds, found objects, and fiber.  Stephanie provided handmade earrings and sticker packs made of upcycled paper for the bags, as well as a coupon for $1 off every $10 spent online or at her booth.  You can visit her at the Cowtown Indie Bazaar.

Wall Worthy creates vinyl decor for every wall of your home, your furniture, and your car.  For the goody bags, Delaina sent in car decals featuring the words, "I don't drive fast...I just fly low," and a pair of wings.

Seen Studios generously provided sets of cards and envelopes for the bags.  Each set features beautiful black and white photos and includes 5 blank cards and envelopes.  You can visit this husband and wife team at the show too.

Heidy of Emma Alison Designs creates gorgeous gemstone jewelry from high quality materials, and her goody bag contribution is no different.  She has sent in delicate faceted white topaz teardrop charms that are wire wrapped and have a sterling silver textured jump ring.  These would look amazing on a thin silver chain necklace, and would go with almost any outfit.  There's also a coupon for free shipping from her online shop.  You can see her jewelry in person at the Cowtown Indie Bazaar.

Bonny beads sent in these hairclips and bobby pins featuring her handmade glass cabochons.  She creates unique lampwork beads, buttons, and jewelry.

All these items, and more, can be found inside the goody bags at the first ever Cowtown Indie Bazaar on September 4th.  Don't forget to arrive early, so you can be one of the first 50 customers and receive a free goody bag.  Doors will open at 9am.  For more information about all the fun stuff we have at the show and a list of artists please visit the Cowtown Indie Bazaar website, and come back next week for more sneak peeks.  Yes, we still have more in the bag.

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Lianne said...

Thank you for mentioning my Catfish! I can't wait for the bazaar!!!!

Misty said...

If only I was eligible for one! Goody Bags sound great guys!!

Misty said...

If only I was eligible for one! Goody Bags sound great guys!!

Misty said...

If only I was eligible for one! Goody Bags sound great guys!!