Amy, and her co-worker, Elle, to check out the Urban Craft Uprising in Seattle. It was funky, urban, fresh and fun. Of course, I brought my camera, but failed to even remember to take it out to snap a few shots. I was having too much fun checking out all the great booths instead. It was inspiration times one million I tell ya. Around every corner was another fabulous goody that the three of us swooned over. Many I recognized from etsy which was very cool to see the actual people behind the terrific items.
Because I don't have any pictures for you, I thought I would share the links of my favorite vendors.
Mermaid Empire :: mermaid jewels
An Original by Thea Starr :: bringing new life to vintage kimono fabrics
Wooly Bison :: handmade and recycled wool bags and accessories
New American Design :: Greenbelts - accessories with a conscience
Devout :: fabric dolls and oddities
hasenpfeffer incorporated :: unique upcycled toys
This Charming Candy :: everyone deserves a 10 minute treat
Ezme Designs :: daring decor
Attic Journals :: made from books long forgotten
ilfant Press :: letterpress and more
Sycamore Street Press :: fresh, green and hand printed on vintage letterpress
Jill Bliss :: art + craft + design
Rachel Austin :: map paintings