Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Vendor Links for 2011 Holiday Craft Market

Check out the vendors links for the 5th Annual Flint Handmade Holiday Craft Market!

Bluebird Designs
Chicaloo Photography & More
Circle Cat Studio
Craftaholic (Noodle&LuLu)
Crafty Chicks
Curious Goods
Dani's Delights
~elle's expressions
Ellie Belle Boutique
Fiddlebump's Apothecary
Flint Art Project
Frankenstitch Productions
Friends for Quilting
Gingerly Made
Gone to Pot
GOODS/Detroit Baby
Grasshopper Handmade
Hayley's Paper Love
Heaven Sent Crafts
HiFive Handmades
jkCostea Designs
Kyla Renee
Lydia's Vintage
Madge and Gert Soy Candles
Ms.Christa's Rockin' Accessories
Papercrane Studios
Penguin's Pieces
Radical Recycks
Recycled Lps.com
Small Craft
Smished Dominion
So Crafty Its Sickening
Stick Nymph
SWEAT SHOP - a labor of love
Sweet Jimmy
The Handmade Gift Guide

1 comment:

  1. CALL FOR VENDORS and Make-and-Take Activity Leaders:
    The Flint Earth Day Celebration is hosted at UM-Flint, and is a collaborative effort of Mott Community College, University of Michigan-Flint, and other community organizations.

    At this year’s celebration, we would like to include a “Green Craft Show” featuring make-and-take activities and local artisans who make and sell recycled/reused art and hand crafted items made from all natural materials.

    We are looking for vendors and those who lead make-and-take workshops. Since the Green Craft Show portion of the event is new to us this year, we are starting small! SPACE IS LIMITED! Tables are FREE and will be provided - there is no cost to vendors or workshop leaders (aside from materials). In the past, the Earth Day event has generated upwards of 750 visitors.

    Earth Day & Garden Celebration
    University Center – UM-Flint Campus
    April 14, 2012
    10:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m.

    Please contact:
    Laura Staudacher

    Interested vendors will be limited to those artisans who use all natural materials OR recycled materials in their artwork or handmade items.
    Make-and-Take Workshops:
    Those interested in leading make-and-take workshops will need to bring their own materials or let us know immediately if they wish for us to help them collect any recyclable items for the event. They must submit a photo of their finished project along with a list of materials used and an estimated amount of time it takes to make the project.

    At this point we are gathering information from interested parties. Once we know there is enough interest, more information and applications will be disseminated.

    Thank you!