There is so much great stuff to see at Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles – but where do you even begin?
Never fear, we’re here with some picks for don’t miss booths at Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles. Start saving your money for your next shopping spree!
You might recognize the sign in the Make Shop Live booth… We designed their logo and graphics! Our shared love of great branding isn’t swaying my opinion of KC Sears’ recycling mission in life. Her booth is chock full of great reused items from unexpected materials.
Kelso Cooper of Kelso Doesnt Dance keeps the recycling theme going in her booth as well. From the vintage map adorning one wall to the myriad of pencils that make up her shelves, her display is as well-designed as her handmade gift items. One of her best sellers is her spiral bound notebooks crafted from vintage children’s books.
Scrapbookers and papercrafters alike won’t want to miss the Hydrangea Hippo booth! Her attention to detail is impeccable; my favorite piece last weekend was an old globe that had been reimagined with lots and lots of paper scales.
Looking for simple easy accessories that will work into your wardrobe seamlessly? Advance your Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles token to Honey & Ollie and stock up on earrings and necklaces! I like the idea of wearing one of her shorter necklaces with one or two of her longer ones.
Craving something more complex in your jewelry collection? Fruition is the way to go. Her pieces incorporate unique shapes, colors and styles that are sure to stretch your accessory boundaries!
Honey and Ollie gets an honerable mention for pulling together The Night Market literally at the last minute. The business that should have been in this space flaked, and Rain was able to coordinate a curated space for five other crafters so they could showcase their work. One of a kind art pieces, bath and body products and jewelry come together beautifully!
Don’t miss our pictures from the grand opening of Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles! You can also click here to plan your trip to Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles.
Whose work are you looking forward to seeing at Crafted?
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