Found Object Assemblage sculpture.
Maeberry Vintage is a cornucopia of vintage clothing and accessories. Our store is filled with vintage treasures form the 1920's to the 1980's. We have vintage clothing, shoes, accessories, and small home decor. Vintage clothing is one-of-a-kind just like you. Find something that fits you inside and out at Maeberry Vintage.
I make kid's mittens with 100% organic merino wool yarn and stuffed animals and other items with recycled/vintage fabric and 100% organic cotton filling. The yarn I use for the mittens is top heirloom quality USDA certified organic wool yarn which lasts a long long time without pilling. I try to use natural materials as much as possible to avoid toxins commonly found in the synthetic fabrics and filling used by other makers of children's clothes and toys.
I will be joining the Bazaar December 5-7.
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 re-purpose vintage metal tins into earrings, brooches, bracelets, rings, and necklaces. Most of the tins I use contained cookies, candy, and tea and were made in England, some are from West Germany and Holland, and a few tins were manufactured in the United States. Each piece is a unique combination of color, texture, and old loveliness.
Lisa creates hand-pulled stump prints made from salvaged timber found in Utah and custom stained glass chevrons which brighten any window.
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.
We create one of a kind vintage and steampunk pieces of jewelry from up-cycled vintage watches, keys, metal buttons, brass tags, and anything else we can get our hands on with a history. We love bringing new life to beautiful old pieces from the past!
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!