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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Summer Craftacular – August 15th – Vendor Features – Volume III


Sunday August 15th @ the East Side Club

The Glitter Workshop is pleased to announce that there will be a Sixth Annual Summer Craftacular! The Summer Craftacular will be held Sunday, August 15th from 10 am to 5 pm at the East Side Club at 3735 Monona Drive. We will be utilizing both banquet rooms as well as the outdoor lawn / Tiki patio area. These spaces combined will allow for approximately 80 booths.


East Side Club
3735 Monona Drive
Madison, WI 53714


10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday August 15th


Booth 27.

il_430xN.133495145 WEDDING THANK YOU CARD - Print at Home Digital File - Plum Hummingbirds from Man Vs. George

more about Man Vs. George: MAN vs. GEORGE DESIGN is a graphic design firm located in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, USA (just a hop, skip, and a jump west of Milwaukee). Our team consists of MAN, the resident graphic designer, and GEORGE, the armchair art critic and catnip aficionado. Together, we are obsessed with great design!

Booth 45.

il_430xN.156735364Blue Upcycled Paper Beaded Necklace from Twisted Planet Designs

More about Twisted Planet DesignsWhere fashionable doesn't mean unaffordable.
We have a couple different artists. Ranging from cool screen printed shirts, to unique apparel to one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces. And if you are lucky, you can catch one of the cow artwork pieces.

Booth 32.

bomb It’s the Bomb from McBitterson’s

more about McBitterson’sMcBitterson’s, Tasteless Wares, is dedicated to spreading peace and joy to all the peoples of the world through adorable, affordable, hand-crafted goods.  We will stop at nothing to achieve this objective.

Booth 77.

il_430xN.159984777 Down the Rabbit Hole – Bead Embroidery Cuff from ThreeFatesDesign

more about ThreeFatesDesignGrowing up in a household of artists, I struggled to find my medium, my passion. I tried everything, and then tried it again. Then early on in high school, my mother (who is an exceptional artist) bought me some beads and some string. I was immediately hooked. I wanted more and more beads. I wanted to push my designs further and further. I soon began stitching, not just stringing the beads.
Then college came and my passion was put on hold. I rarely had enough free time between classes, let alone enough money to buy supplies. Finally, I graduated with my degree in Biology, but then real life set in and it was time for a job. And let me tell you, research takes a lot out of you. I finally had the money to afford supplies, but still had no free time to bead. My beads were pushed further back on the burner.
But after I took a position at the medical college, I had the free time I never had before. So after years of "you should really sell this stuff," I was able to start Three Fates Design.

Booth 43.


Animal Vegetable Mineral, Red necklace - Bone, wood, red aventurine from JennyHoople

more about JennyHoople: I started making jewelry in July of 2009.
Job's tears are the seeds of a grain plant that grow all ready with a shiny grey coating and a hole through the middle! I saw them in the Seed Saver's Exchange catalog and couldn't resist trying to grow them. I ended up with a whole tin full of beautiful, natural beads, but I didn't know what to do with them. I made one necklace, but because the seeds were so light, the heavy clasp kept coming around to the front, so they sat in my basement, adored, but unused. A few years later, my parents were in town visiting and (as usual), my mom wanted to stop at a craft store. While I was waiting, I was thinking about those job's tears and walking up and down the beading aisle trying to decide what might look good with them. I bought an unakite pendant, some unakite chips and some wood and shell beads and took them home. I made one necklace that I really liked, and my mom liked it so much, she had me make one for her, too. I had a few materials left over so I just tried to come up with as many different designs as I could until I ran out. Well, I was hooked! I needed more materials!! When I started making this jewelry and couldn't stop, I figured that I'd better start selling them before we ended up drowning in them, and it's been a fantastic merry-go-round of design, color, textures and beauty ever since.

Booth 68.


Laundry Greeting Card from ArstyFartsy

more about ArstyFartsyBy day I am a Social Worker. By spirit I am an artist! Although I tend to refer to myself more as Artsy Fartsy! I create mixed media collages using vintage photos and ephemera, color, humor, glitter, and whatever else strikes my fancy!

Booth 17.


Four Panel Skirt - Upcycled Vintage - Sz 4-6 from thePaintedDaisy

more about thePaintedDaisyInspired my great grandmother-who saved and recycled ALL fabric, I have been admiring and collecting vintage linens and other textiles for more than 10 years.
A few years ago, when my storage totes were stuffed to the max, I decided it was time to start creating with all the lovelies I had packed away. First came throw pillows, then bags and purses, and finally clothing. I love mixing in new mod fabrics too!
I currently split my time between my seamstress job at a local upholsterer, The Painted Daisy, and of course, my 2 active kids!

Booth 48.

banglesBangles from Lulu & Deedee

more about Lulu & Deedeelula & deedee jewelry is a creative fusion of vintage elements and modern sensibilities. To create each piece, I use beads from the 1920’s through the 60’s, gathered from a variety of sources— estate sales, vintage shops and online. This means that there is usually a very small amount of a particular bead available, resulting in truly one-of-a-kind pieces.


If you missed out on the first artist features make sure you head back to Volume I and Volume II.


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