And to conclude coverage here are the rest of the fantastic, budding young artisans from Renegade this year…
One of my favorites was Small Adventure with her alphabet adventure and Yellowstone’esque animal prints.
Not to be competitive here but if you’re looking for some special “teacher’s pet” gifts Paper Pastries had clever pencil bags and stamps.
These are on my wishlist and would make any little one into an instant “globetrotter.” Imaginenations creates custom, decoupaged vintage globes ranging from Maurice Sendak inspired themes to ballerinas.
Admit it, these cuckoo clocks by Black Forest Works are way cooler than an LED alarm display!
My favorite laser cut pieces by Yes and Yes were the empty speech bubbles and little ladies. And five stars for hosting the booth in a mod girl scout outfit!
If you are looking for 100% organic (no plastic liner) lunchbags, then Graze Organic is your go to.
Goodbye Blue Monday had such sweet little dolls and can be made-to-order. They even have little boy versions!
Pie Bird Press brought out everything that’s good about summer…roadside picnics, a bowl of cold cherries and a hidden beach.
Well, that’s a wrap! Thank you to all of the talented designers for letting me snap pics and chat. Can’t wait til’ next year…