March 5, 2011

CIB: Peek Inside the Bag

The Cowtown Indie Bazaar is only a few weeks away.  I hope you are all planning to join us for our first Spring show on Saturday, March 19th, from 9am-5pm.  Our second goody bag sneak peek features some amazing samples from some talented local artists and crafters.


Christie Cone Ceramics sent in a variety of tiny adorable flower pins.  Much of Christie's work features organic designs in beautiful earthy colors.  Make sure you stop by and visit her booth at the show.


Ashley and Janie of KnittyKnittyBangBang sent in these sweet and perfect for Spring hair clips, ponytail holders, and facial scrubbers.  All were knit using 100% cotton yarn.  This duo knows how to create high quality beautifully hand knit accessories from head to toe, and you can also visit them on March 19th.


The Pig and the Peacock create wonderfully scented bath treats such as soaps, lotions, body polishes, bath teas, and candles.  This sister team contributed these generously sized samples of their handmade soaps.  Check them out at the show too.  I love the exotic satsuma and rosemary mint.  Yum!


These scale flower magnets were handmade by Crafting Art Creations.  Emily creates unique intricate chainmaille jewelry including necklaces, earrings, bracelets, hair accessories, and more.  She is another one of our many vendors at the Cowtown Indie Bazaar.


Check out these adorable bunny art cards for April.  YVONNE4EYES is the artist behind this quirky bunny drawing.  Visit her at the show to see more of her cards, pendants, hang tags, and more featuring drawings, eye charts, and photographs.


Makayla's Creations makes gorgeously detailed dresses and soft flannel pajamas for the little princess in your life.  You will not want to miss seeing her in person at the show.  Joycelyn made these ribbon flowers for the goody bags, which she uses to trim her dresses.  They can be attached to a pin, hair clip, necklace, clothing item, purse, or almost anything you can imagine.


These colorful and deliciously scented body scrubs were contributed by ChunkyButt Designs.  Heather creates a variety of bath items, as well as, diaper cakes and other gift items.  She's also one of our fabulous show sponsors.


EcoFashionistas create upcycled jewelry and accessories from materials most people would just throw away.  The amazingly cute bobby pins they made for the goody bags were made from soda cans.  So cool!  Karla and Katrina's green designs can be seen in person on March 19th.


These fun colorful bracelets featuring illustrations from children's books were made by Casey's Clutter.  Casey creates snarky, funky, awesome jewelry from a variety of materials, including toys and found objects.  Visit her in person at the show too.


Weeds and Wildflowers creates handmade candles and bath items, and will be one of our many vendors at the show.  Traci provided these scented wax tarts for the goody bags.

Thank you for stopping by to see this week's sneak peeks.  All this and more will be in the free handmade goody bags given out to the first 50 visitors to the Cowtown Indie Bazaar.  I highly recommend arriving early for your best chance to possibly receive one of the goody bags.  Come back next week for another peek at the bags.

1 comment:

Krayer said...

Too bad I'm not eligible to receive one of these "goody bags!" They look orgasmic!