Win big at the Renegade Craft Fair giveaway
Hand-crafted sterling silver jewelry makers Dirigible Designs’ wraparound rings are all one-of-a-kind. Most of the stones used are either found or bought as full rocks and slabs from across the country, then cut, shaped, tumbled and polished in a studio on a ranch in Texas hill country.
Want to ride in incredible style? Don’t go past this handcrafted board from Carrera Carving, Co, which, like all of the brand’s output, is inspired by classic wooden surfboards. This board, the Pescadito (“little fish”) measures 22 inches by 6 inches—making it compact enough to easily carry.
This psychedelic piece of art from C.muire is different things to different people—it’s made from pine, with each triangle cut individually, and because of the different grains of the pine, people see all different kinds of things when they look at it (you might even see stars).
Using botanical extracts and time-tested apothecary recipes, Fortitude Provisions creates thoughtful body care products that will tickle and please your nose. These two Botanical Sprays, one Face Tonic, one Pre-Shave Treatment, one Sea Salt Body Scrub, are paired with a pack of Forest Incense.
This pack of incredible craftworks come from the mind—and hands—of Julio Carreon-Reyes. Each piece is personally crafted by Carreon-Reyes, then produced using laser engraving, cutting and screen printing before being hand finished.
Gorgeous neckties with a social conscious? They exist at Renegade. These are the work of Houston designer Kathrine Zeren, a former womens wear designer whose menswear is designed with a streamlined production flow in mind that ensures they’re sold at price points most shoppers can afford. Zeren’s products are all made in the U.S. from sustainable fabrics.
Light your home with Slow North’s beautiful—and all-natural—candles. These all-natural soy candles are scented with essential oils and completely free of synthetic candles and artificial fragrances. Plus: they’re vegan. The candles are all made in small batches in Austin.
These gorgeous small vases are inspired by Japanese wall vases and made in Austin by wood artist Brian David Johnson. The artist drew his inspiration for these unique pieces while traveling to Japan six years ago.
CONTEST RULES: One entry per person. These competitions are open to any U.S. resident (unless otherwise stated) except employees of Time Out and sponsoring organizations, their agents or anyone directly connected to these promotions. No purchase required for this promotion. Contest valid 5/9/16 through 5/17/16 at 11:45PM CST. Winners must be 21 years of age or older unless otherwise stated. Prizes are as described above; no cash alternatives will be given. Prizes may not be sold, traded, transferred or refunded. Any and all federal, state and local taxes are the responsibility of the winner. If for any reason winners are unable to use prizes within the time specified, the participating organizations are not responsible for providing replacement prizes. No make goods will be given in the event of a canceled or rescheduled event. Approximate retail value: $1070.
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