This past weekend we had the pleasure of attending the Renegade Craft Fair in San Francisco. With over 200 vendors showcasing their handmade goods, it was certainly a lot to take in, but well worth it! The Fort Mason Festival Pavilion was packed with booths displaying everything from homemade severed leg catnip toys to on demand poetry from poet/artist, Silvi Alcivar, founder of The Poetry Store.
(source: The Poetry Store)
Below you’ll find some photos of just a few of our favorite finds:
Nature-\inspired jewelry from San Francisco vendor, Bahama Kangaroo.
Unconventional insect displays created by a San Francisco-based insect biologist with the Green Certified Business, B.U.G.
“Rescued, revived, and original” creations from Salt Lake City based, Noble Town Vintage.
Eco-friendly home goods in clever packaging from type.lites.
May we grow old on one pillow.
“Lisa Swerling’s Glass Cathedrals are a series of artboxes containing brilliant tiny worlds, each making their own small statement on our complicated lives.”
We fell in love with this super creative business card from Rusty Cuts.
If the Renegade Craft Fair happens to travel to a city near you, definitely make it a point to attend. Who knows, maybe you’ll be able to find our “goods” there one day.
(Photos by The Goods unless noted)
♥ m & j
Our sweet friend Tiani Lou created this canopy for her bedroom and decided to let us share it with all of you! Using just a few materials, this enchanting bed canopy is very easy to replicate. Hope you enjoy!
+two 84” curtain panels
Begin by cutting each panel down the middle, then hem the cut edges. Next thread the tops of the panels through the embroidery ring. After this step string wooden beads to a pattern of your liking, tie to the embroidery ring, and you’re done! It’s that simple!
Back when life was simpler, I had a couple great opportunities to travel across the Atlantic and tour London and various surrounding towns. For nostalgic purposes I have decided to share a just a few of my favorite pictures I took from those excursions:
(photos: The Goods)