Friday, September 19, 2008

Bazaar Bizarre

I forgot to mention in all the excitement that Chickrocks and I will have a booth at Bizarre Bizarre in Austin!

October 18th, 2008 from 10am to 10pm and
October 19th, 2008 from 10am to 6pm *
Travis County Event Center and Fairground
Bazaar Bizarre began in 2001 in the Boston-area as a hodge-podge of friends and acquaintances cobbling together their handcrafted DIY wares to sell and staging an offbeat entertainment extravaganza. In 2004 the Bazaar Bizarre spread to Los Angeles and Cleveland and in 2006 Make took us under their wing to include the Bazaar Bizarre as part of the Maker Faire

Maker Faire Austin
Mayor Will Wynn declares 2nd Annual Maker's Weekend in Austin celebrating Austin’s creativity, ingenuity and the Do It Yourself spirit.

Maker Faire is a two-day, family-friendly event that celebrates the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset. It's for creative, resourceful people of all ages and backgrounds who like to tinker and love to make things.

Featuring over 300 Makers
Online tickets - discount pricing available through 10/3/2008. Online ticket purchases from 10/4/2008 - 10/16/2008 will be full price and tickets will be picked up onsite at will call

Tickets are also available at Austin Children's Museum and Whole Foods (downtown 6th & Lamar)
  • Onsite Ticket Pricing
    • Adult - $25.00
    • Student (13-21, or with student photo ID) - $15.00
    • Youth (4-12) - $10.00
    • Children 3 and under are free
  • Wednesday, September 17, 2008

    1 week to go...

    I'm in Houston glad to be done with Ike and hoping that friends and family are getting their electricity back. We were of the fortunate few to still have power after Ike...and all the trees missed our house. So we're counting our blessings and looking forward to seeing some of you in D.C. on September 28th for Crafty Bastards!

    Lets see... it's been a while since i've posted.... At the begining of this month i went to San Antonio for the opening of FotoSeptiembre where i was showing some of my photographs at Loft Studio.

    It was a lot of fun, great people.... lots of talent. Our photos will be on display until the end of September so if you're in the area be sure to check out some of the work displayed in the galleries at the Blue Star arts complex where Loft Studio is located along with the blue star brewery (plenty of reasons to visit ;))

    In the meantime I'm gearing up for Crafty Bastards and making a huge to do list. I'm working on my braille, vintage rehab and silhouette pieces along with the Mooshy Gooshies line of onsies ... but i've added some new designs to both my onsies and my jewelry. Most of my new items will probably not be online until after the show so if you see something you like... contact me.

    Here's a sneak peak....