The various booths include jewelry, clothes, furniture, artwork, antiques, food, candles, dog collars ... there is a lot of variety. Each booth is managed by the artist or owner and it is a lot of fun to hear how they have created their business. I definitely recommend exploring the Dallas Flea Market and finding one of a kind gifts or friends. Or for yourself ... I won't judge.
3 Bears Studio - www.3bearsstudio.etsy.com - www.3bearsstudio.blogspot.com
One of my favorite vendors of the day! I will probably buy a crap load of the art because I adore quirky and whimsy.
Christina Walker - clw-designs.blogspot.com
Interesting cards made from her photos. You can send someone a handmade card without YOU having to make the card. Just sign, seal, deliver and it'll look like you are as crafty as Christina Walker.
F. is for Frank - www.fisforfrank.com - fisforfrank.blogspot.com/
I love this jewelry because I haven't seen anything like it out there yet. It is fresh, cool and curious.
Folksie - folksiehandmade.com - www.etsy.com/shop/folksieHANDMADE
Cool chevron designs, unique bags, handmade clothing, and very comfy cowl scarves (I bought a few). They can also be found in Bishop Arts at Indie Genius at 409 N. Zang Blvd.
Le Gourd on Blue - www.legourdonblue.com
These carved gourds are really interesting and one of a kind. The vendor had them lit up with bulbs inside to show off the intricate details.
Hip & Hippie - www.hipandhippie.com
Absolutely love their candles! The paper on the candles should be planted because they have wildflower seeds in the paper. Every part of the product is sustainable and recyclable.
|Burning in my house as I'm writing this post. Smells lovely!|
|Each candle comes with a charm.|
Happy Cactus Designs - www.happycactusdesigns.com - Twitter @hapcactus
Seriously cool designs on cards. Makes me want to go back to snail mail and write some very deserving friends. In fact, I was so inspired I bought some of their cards so I could do just that!