This past weekend was the Renegade Craft Fair, which is the only craft fair I really go to all year because you can't beat the goods from 300+ vendors. It was a bit staggering trying to get to all of them in the beating heat, but London was a good sport about it and I think we both really enjoyed ourselves. Lots of jewelry this year I noticed, less art than I would have liked, but fun all the same.
I did find a few good kid-friendly vendors and we picked up some nice things. I discovered wooden toy company Noli Noli, who crafts absolutely beautiful works for children and we settled on a sweet penguin. I also found artist Lisa Chow and fell pretty hard for one of her new prints "Couldn't Contain the Colors." I think it will find a new home in the playroom when we move. And lastly, I was thrilled to hit up Coral & Tusk's sample sale and finally got the embroidered piece I have been wanting for forever (just need to find a frame now) and some super cute fabric hankies for $1 each! The only bad part about the trip was me getting a sunburn while we waited for the boat to take us back home. :) Ah, summer.