First off, I was blown away by the incredible booth that Paloma's Nest put together for their very first craft fair. Everything fit together perfectly, from their table top displays, to their lighting and signs.
I had seen their products online before but nothing compared to actually holding them in your hand. Everything is beautifully crafted, and the smallest detail is taken care of.
Custom "good eggs" are available. This existential egg would make me happy.
For those of you in the Austin area, Paloma's Nest is opening a flagship boutique tomorrow!
Canoe, by miss natalie, is something for the boys. Wood burned pocket knives,
hand tooled keychains,
cowboy shirts and much more.
It's always a pleasure to see Yoko, and what's funny is that I just found out we both live in Korea town. Since Austin, we have seen each other around town twice. Not that common in such a big city. Anyway, she has new necklaces and they are gorgeous!
Yoko has a knack for mixing patterns together, doesn't she?
Check out her other new designs in her shop.
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Amanda I heard Renegade Brooklyn was great. Maybe next year I'll be able to make it to all the fairs.