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Posted by on Oct 9, 2009 in Accessories, Bath and Body, Got Art?, Home Decor, Indie Craft Shows, Jewels, Kids, Plush | 3 comments

My recap of Crafty Bastards 2009

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Last Saturday, October 3rd I attended the Crafty Bastard Arts & Crafts Fair in DC. After driving for 2 hours and getting lost (thanks to the great directions from google maps and to Robert, my fab navigator & friend) and taking off my wool socks (it was not 60 degrees after all, like I thought it would be, but closer to 80 degrees), I was ready to get out of the car and get exploring to find me some crafty bastards.

And I sure did. It was pretty crowded, so there were actually a lot of vendors I couldn’t even get in to see (some of them my friends and acquaintances), but here are some of my favorites from all the pics I took. Some of them are familiar old faces and some were new to me.

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President masks from Pellinore Press.

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Jewelry from Elisa Shere.

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Honeybee Mine Soap from 8th Street Soap Kitchen. I bought a bar and it’s amazing!

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Animal portrait prints from Berkley Illustration.

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Cases from Final Approach.

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Lunch kits from Glue & Glitter.

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Plush from My Paper Crane.

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Pillows and shades from Home Sweet.

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Brooches from dandelionblu.

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Camp fire discovery tote fromĀ  Helicopter Studios.

3 Comments

  1. It was so great to meet you in person! Thanks for coming by and for taking a picture of my Lunch Kits!

  2. Crafty Bastards, indeed. I like what I see.

  3. Hi there! Thanks for featuring Honeybee Mine — I’m totally flattered.

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