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“All merchandise sold at the Indie Craft Market must be a form of handmade... Somehow, it must be a product that you reproduced and not something that is mass reproduced,” reads the vendor guidelines.
On Sunday, June 23, the very first San Diego Indie Craft Fair Market will invade Queen Bee's Arts & Cultural Center (3925 Ohio Street) from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Put on by the folks at the San Diego Vintage Flea Market, this homemade vendor paradise features 38 local artisans and crafters who will be situated both inside and on the patio of Queen Bee’s.
More of a crafting community rather than a selling competition amongst vendors, the driving force behind Lefty Lex Creations has proved this point.
She has made it her personal goal to get the word out about the first ever San Diego Indie Craft Fair Market as best she can and has dedicated much space on her blog, 11 entries to be exact, to highlight a few of the SDICM vendors.
The list of participating creative heads is long, but included below - along with links to Lefty Lex’s vendor interviews - for all of those that “don’t do” Facebook or want to get to know the vendors a little better:
Tossed & Found Gardens
Christal Blu Creations
The Love Stitch
Madi Marie Boutique
The Chequered Lily Apothecary
Mystical Mountain Card Co.
Miss Finch's Finery
Just A Few Things
Just Peachy Keen
Sherrer the Love
Arrok Metal Studio
Dzine By Eriness
Shelly Z Creations
Shining Star Boutique
The Rusty Owl
Expect jewelry, soaps, art, photography, candles, hair baubles & bangles, handbags, and more - all handmade.
Although the prices of the handcrafted goodies vary, SDICM is free to attend and ogle the goods.