Handmade holidays

As the weather turns colder and the snow finally begins to fall, as is per usual this time of year, my thoughts turn to holiday crafting. I never really have enough time to make everything I want to make in time for proper giving, but oh how I love poring over DIY tutorials.  Perhaps if I spent less time gawking and more time making …

That being said, here are a few of my favorite finds from around the web this year. If you know me, stop reading right now, because you might be getting one of these very soon. Seriously. Avert your eyes. To the rest of you: May the powers that be bless you and all your handmade holiday treasures. Craft on! —Kelly

Clockwise from top left:
Playing Card Notebooks, Twenty-minute Tote, Scented Sugars, Paper Mache Bowl, Cocktail Drink Mixers, Photo Coasters, Braided Leather Cuff

Lots of handmade goodies will be available for purchase at the 2011 Traverse City Makers Market Holiday Bazaar, open to the public from 7:30-10pm on Friday, Dec. 9 and 10am-8pm on Saturday, Dec. 10. And tickets are still available for our Friends of the Market Pre-party, featuring first-dibs on all our vendors’ wares, free wine and beer tasting, snacks, music and awesome company!

2 Responses to “Handmade holidays”

  1. Carol Spaulding December 4, 2011 at 1:26 pm #

    I would like to apply to be part of Makers Market in 2012. Please contact me. Thank you.
    Carol Spaulding

    • kelly December 4, 2011 at 3:40 pm #

      Hey Carol! If you get in touch with us via the contact link on the site, we can send you details regarding how to stay in the loop!

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