The vendor application is now open for the Winter 2014 Beehive Bazaar. The Bazaar will be taking place December 4-6 and December 11-13 in Provo UT. The application will be opened until September 28th at midnight and we will announce participating vendors on October 6th. Clink on the 'Apply' link above or click right here for the application and all the details.
Dad, Cal Workman, and daughters love to make things. And not just anything, but functional and special pieces that honor quality over quantity.Each metal piece is hand forged in Calâs Utah County workshop using blacksmithing, we're talking fire, anvils, hammers and muscle. Weâre pleased to bring you very personal items where each hammer mark formed these handsome pieces. What goes better with metal than denim? The daughters like to sew, and denim that survives the shop gets repurposed into practical and eye pleasing items.
I make wall hangings, throw pillows, tote bags, cards and repurposed home decor. The frames that I use for my products are all up-cycled and include original prints or vintage art.
I make all sorts of up-cycled items from books. My journals are made from vintage books, which I bind and add pockets, ribbons and embellishments. I also made children's journals, game board notebooks, book mobiles, dictionary prints and vintage button jewelry.
Maeberry Vintage is an adorable vintage clothing store in Salt Lake City, Utah. Visit my store at 850 South 400 West Suite 118 in the Artspace Solar Gardens Complex. We buy, sell, and trade! We love the 1940's-1980's and carry clothing, shoes, and accessories. Our shop is filled with over 600 unique one-of-kind vintage items with new items coming in daily. There is something for everyone at Maeberry Vintage.
I love metal in almost any form and try to repurpose found items in my work as much as possible. I am a hobby welder in the warmer months and a self-taught silversmith the rest of the year. I use mostly copper and brass in my jewelry and try to create unique items that you won't typically see on everyone else. My yard art ranges from small plant stakes to giant sunflowers for your garden. The more rust the better!
All Brenster Occasions products are lovingly crafted by a furloughed Washington bureaucrat. In my newly-found spare time post-sequestation, I've fashioned everything from Gucci gift bags to Toyko subway maps into one-of a kind journals and sketchbooks. I believe everyday is an occasion and like making recycled cards that are simply un-throw-away-able. While stationery is my forte, don't be surprised if I throw in some party favors and trimmings, cuz life can always use a bit of bling.
I am drawn to all things old and rustic, especially metal. I re-purpose old metal tins that once contained candy, cookies, tea, coffee, and spices into vintage-inspired adornments: earrings, bracelets, necklaces, brooches, rings, and cufflinks. Most of the tins I use were made in England, some are from West Germany and Holland, and a few are candy and talcum powder tins made in the USA. Each piece is a unique and colorful combination of color, texture, and old loveliness. I hand make many of the metal components, hammering and oxidizing the surfaces. I use sterling, raw brass, which is nickel and lead free, and copper.
I’m all about the thrill of the hunt. I canvas thrift stores, estate sales, and even those sketchy antique stores that no girl in her right mind would walk into alone. I’m looking for that one awesome thing that is irrevocably unique. I think the P.C term for what I make is vintage altered art assemblage. But let me break it down… I find cool old stuff and make it into cool new stuff. Some of my recent projects are holiday wreaths made from vintage goodness, frames of misfit toys, charming Christmas Cribs, and vintage planters chock full o' old stuff. While some of my pieces might bare a striking family resemblance, because they’re vintage by nature, they’re truly one of a kind. What I find determines what I make, so it’s hard to pin point what’s next in the repertoire. You can sometimes call IT kitschy, sometimes call IT shabby, sometimes call IT retro, but you can always call IT courtney.
I am inspired by all things vintage and retro. I love to find vintage junk and re-purpose items into one of a kind treasures. I will have my regular crowns, party hats and jewelry. I have also been making some really cool lamps that I am bringing. I love old paper, textiles and sewing supplies and have been using them in one of a kind whimsy items. I will also be bringing some vintage trim for your own projects.Visit me here.
I sell handmade items made with vintage supplies and also ruffles, ribbons, and trims that I dye and make myself or are from my own collection of vintage sewing and crafting materials.
I make unique handmade clothing that is individually designed and sewn so each piece is completely one of a kind. I mainly use soft and stretchy fabrics so everything I make is super comfy, in addition to being totally cute and fun to wear. My handmade items include shirts, hoodies, and dresses. I also have a fun printed line of clothing with cute designs like owls, seahorses, birdcages, jackelopes and more!
I create handmade jewelry. My new winter collection incorporates many re-purposed vintage brooches and earrings! As always, there will be lots of variety...unique/steampunk, antique/vintage, and feminine/floral pieces. Visit me here.
I make one-of-a-kind Christmas Tree Skirts and Christmas Stockings out of vintage and retro fabrics. I love to use vintage trims, rick rack, and pom-poms. This year I will have some great new designs made from vintage afghans and some terrific ornaments too! Come and get an original no one else will have.
I repurpose home decor items. I hand paint all of the picture frames that I use and repaint the accessories that I sell. This year I have a whole new line of artwork that has been created by my mother and I. Our latest collection consists of the cutest owls you have ever seen. I have also started designing screen printed book bag style totes with original art and have started selling printed cards.
I'm all about the thrill of the hunt. I canvas thrift stores, estate sales, and even those sketchy antique stores that no girl in her right mind would walk into alone. I'm looking for that one awesome thing that is irrevocably unique. I think the pc term for what I make is vintage altered art assemblage. But let me break it down...I find cool old stuff and make it into cool new stuff. Some of my recent projects are vintage planters filled with vintage goodness, gumball machines aren't just for gumballs anymore, frames of misfit toys (you can spot one of these on Stephanie Nielson's, of the Nie Nie dialogue's, blog...shameless plug for me) and altered birdcage dolls. While some of my pieces might bare a striking family resemblance, because they're vintage by nature, they're truly one of a kind. What I find determines what I make, so it's hard to pin point what's next in the repertoire. You can sometimes call IT kitschy, sometimes call IT shabby, sometimes call IT retro, but you can always call IT courtney.
We are two crazy sisters who like to make something out of anything. Anna uses reclaimed wood (from a 120-year old barn) for silhouette art, frames, candlesticks, etc. and makes new camp art out of old kitsch. Angela is a legend; she is a silversmith, jewelry designer, silk screener, embroiderer, painter, and more. With 12 kids between the two of us, we are picky and passionate about what we choose to create. And it is always fun and unique. We plan on featuring wood art, one-of-a-kind jewelry, silk screened and embroidered kitchen towels, campy trophies and... ! Visit us here or here.
I make jewelry and other accessories for ladies and babies. I also have been getting into clothing. My knit skirts are a big hit, and I am now offering them in a fuller a-line style and in sizes for children! I also am making baby and adult leggings in vintage and upcycled knits. I'm doing some fun things with hand dying, and using my collection of vintage fabrics to make one-of-a-kind bags. Visit me here.