Sunday, May 6 is just around the corner, and that’s when the Spring Got Craft? will be taking place! The Royal Canadian Legion hall at 2205 Commercial Drive is THE place to be that day, and we from Delish Magazine and Delish General Store will be there, as well as these great vendors below. (Be sure to come back tomorrow to check out eight more!)
Billy Would Designs
Appealing to both the environmentalist and the fashion lover, this range of really kick-ass necklaces, earrings and other accessories is made by hand from recycled and reclaimed hard wood. I’m coveting the Raven necklace, the Branching Out necklace, the Antler necklace…well, yes, ALL of the necklaces!
What a wonderful idea this is, to use all of that ephemera that one collects on travels and adventures in unique, handmade creations that ensure found treasures will live on. I can’t wait to see some of these works of art with their own stories to tell, in person.
cabin + cub design
Go ahead, get burned. Woodburned, that is. This line features woodburned art like this great owl block, and cork coasters and boards. I also love the wood gift tag sets in their etsy shop, and hope they’ll be bringing some to Got Craft?.
A Cagey Bee
Art made to make you smile, is the description of the goods on offer from A Cagey Bee. Her beautiful wide-eyed subjects reflect a series of moods upon each reflection, and showcase the artist’s incredible talent. Ingrid and the Grey Bunny and Bandits really speak to me.
This raw crystal and stone jewelry line is just stunning, and so interesting to contemplate. Take the raw black tourmaline crystal chunk pictured here. A close look reveals scratches and scars, and it makes me wonder what natural forces left their mark. It would be quite lovely to wear something that hasn’t been cut and polished so that it no longer resembles how it came out of the earth. CAMPandQUARRY also has beautiful hand dyed textiles.
Carmen West Creative
Utterly fabulous, that’s what a woman who wears one of these feather headpieces would be. Vintage-inspired and featuring feathers and up-cycled vintage jewelry, this would be the perfect accent to a great outfit. Getting married soon? Make sure to check out her bridal goodies.
carococo / prints+papergoods
Coming to you from Charlevoix, Québec, artist Carol Anne Pedneault will be bringing her sweet prints, cards, calendars and more. Look for the wonderful Bye Bye mon cowboy, Mélomane and more prints that you’ll want to give a home to!
Make everything with love,