Thursday, April 30, 2009

Handmade by Jules

Look at these adorable little hats.

Congratulations to Jill!

Jill is Etsy's new featured seller. Check out the interview!

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Dollface Dames

Are you sassy 'n' classy? Do you have brains 'n' body? Are you foxy 'n' crafty? Do you have moxie? Are you all about ... glamour? ... pin-ups? ... retro? ... rockabilly?

Then Dollface Dames is for you!

Dollface Dames -- the ONLY place you'll ever need to shop for gorgeous, quality floral hair accessories!
Look for her on Etsy

Friday, April 24, 2009

Auntie Nay

Grammie has that special winkle and
enthusiasm that can't help but be contagious!
Her guitar and Ken Adam's wonderful
instrumentation make this a truly special
musical experience. It is a CD that will be
played over and over again.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Photos of the bazaar location

The chapel. We are welcome to use the chapel for a concert.
It is quite large and seats many.

Kitchen area. Real Foods, please head over soon to check out the kitchen and make sure that it is equipped with all you need.
Below is the great room which will hold 34 artists. It looks smaller than it actually is. It will be empty of all items pictured here.
Entry way. We can fit a few artists in here if anyone is interested in being shown first.
A great shot of the church.
And another.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Amys Rag Bag

Welcome to Amys Rag Bag who will be joining us from Bellingham. Laura makes cloth menstrual pads entirely from reclaimed and second-hand fabrics

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Inspiration at it's finest

I just really wanted to give credit where credit is deserved. My amazing cousin/big sister started their Indie Bazaar a long time ago and it is just so neat to see how far they have come. If you haven't checked out their bazaar yet, make sure you do by clicking on the Beehive bazaar logo to the right. Go Steph!

"The Bazaar started in 2004 when Molly Call, Stephanie Higginbotham and Noelle Olpin, three local moms all with a serious creative bent, decided they needed a venue where they and their friends could share their arts and crafts with others in their community. They launched the original event from one of their own homes with a handful of artists and it was mostly attended by friends and family. Since then the maternal trio has grown the Bazaar into a bi-annual, multi-day event with more than fifty artists and thousands of visitors from all over the state".

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Ciszek Designs

Welcome to Ginny from Vashon Island!

Jewelry, Cards,Collage,Boxes and Assemblage Sculptures

Friday, April 3, 2009

Kimmi Designs

Welcome to Seattle designer Kimmi.