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.
I love to use new, vintage, repurposed, and upcycled fabrics and materials. I love to mix color and patterns in unexpected ways, I think it makes my products fun and unique. A lot of my things are one of a kind. I make everything myself using a vintage sewing machine that has a permanent spot in my living room. I get inspiration from my three girls, nature, vintage finds, really just about everywhere. Currently I make a wide variety of things from bags, to girl's dresses, hair accessories, dish towels, baby gifts, and altered vintage suitcases just to name a few. Visit me here...
Oilcloth bibs, bags, grocery totes, tennis bags, gloves, placemats, lunch bags, cloths, aprons & more
Is there such a thing as "Creativity ADD"? If so, we have it!! We love to make and create in so many different ways that we can hardly focus on one medium. Of course, we refer to each other as "genius" but that is only because we share the same taste. :) Hopefully you will like our taste too! Visit me!
Using felt and vintage fabrics, I make a variety of colorful items such as stuffed animals, pillows and accessories. In my work I walk the line between bold and fun and comforting and nostalgic. Lately I've been making kitschy Utah souvenirs. Provo Pride! Visit me!
I love creating stuff and I like sewing stuff! I don't like using patterns so I make up my own. That means that every thing I make is unique in it's own way. I make bags, embroiderd kids shirts, pencil/notebook holders, aprons, hot pads, place mats and some stuffed animals. Some are repurposed from old clothes or thrifted fabrics and some are not. I think handmade is way better than manufactured! Visit me at www.radseams.com and www.radpots.com.
Gentry Blackburn is a painter, crafter and owner of the kooky-cute boutique Frosty Darling where she shows her work along side other local artists. With a degree in painting she focused on her fine art and worked at the library until she started making button earrings and hand-painted throw pillows. Then came forays into knitting, sewing and a giant leap into retail to showcase all these new wonders. She was awarded, "Best Crafty Lady" in Salt Lake City Weekly's 2007 Artys issue and keeps on truckin' with her bright color vintage carnival style.
This holiday collection will feature felt finger puppets, button earrings, throw pillows, vintage fabric aprons, stuffed animals, and small paintings. I'm really excited about the super furry blue squirrels I've been working on!