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Getty Crafty Midtown

Saturday I had the pleasure of attending the Getty Crafty Fair in Fremont Park. The fair was a benefit for a baby girl named Getty Emelia Storm with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA).

The exhibitors were excellent. So many of the booths had lovely things; so I did a little round-up of my favorites.
Bottle of Clouds coin purses

So happy!

Bottle of Clouds says "hello"

Lauren Smash fuzzies

I love the little bat with the flower!

John and Marty of Marty May. They're also a band!
 I scored an amazing padded backpack from the bargain bin at Marty May's booth. It was a prototype so she sold it for $10! I'll post pictures when I pair it with a dress.
Delightful backpacks and messengers bags

My favorite design

Darren and Chris of Skeletal Dropkick
Incredible pottery ware.

I discovered Skeletal Dropkick when I first moved to Sacramento, at a spring Fremont Park craft fair. I fell in love with the look and feel of her pieces and ended up buying some as Christmas presents last year.

Sarah Rambo from Wandering Mind Designs

Sarah does all the metal work herself, I love the two birds on a branch.

Lindsey from Wear Yeti
Wear Yeti bicycle print tote bag
And an 11 week-old Puppy!


sayuri.riecke. said…
PUPPY!!!!! oh and the fair looks cool too... ;)

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