Win these Renegade Craft Fair Goods
This one-of-a-kind wall hanging from Basil & Wood is created with four layers of wood and embroidery thread. It's backed with felt and a small hanger and finished with a wooden frame. In addition, the giveaway winner will also receive a little keepsake box that is handmade from pine wood—perfect for storing all your small treasures.
This understated-meets-glamorous pairing from Britta Ambauen Jewelry is ideal for any occasion. Chandelier earrings, inspired by a flying trapeze class, can work with your every-day outfit, or elevate your look for an evening out. The earrings are paired with a classic and simple line charm necklace.
Giggle Tree Toys is offering two beautiful, handcrafted wood pieces for both adults and young'uns. The grasshopper pull toy is made from reclaimed hardwood, finished with food grade mineral oil and hand rubbed with beeswax. The cheese/cutting board is handcrafted from extremely rare spalted maple, and makes for a great showpiece during a dinner party.
Hatton Henry is a line of leather goods by Vanessa Vaught. Each bag—like this Luna crossbody bag—is handcrafted in their Austin studio and, due to the nature of working with natural materials, is often one of a kind. The shop is named after two American entrepreneurs: George Hatton Vaught and George Henry Vaught (Vanessa's grandpa), who produced saddles, harnesses, men's belts, and more out of their Rockwall, Texas-based leather workshop for over 100 years.
On a Limb Creative jewelry is handcrafted with one thing in mind: simplicity. The pieces mix the feminine and the masculine, hard and soft, and strength with sophistication. The deco drop studs are made with bronze and have sterling silver posts, while the geometric coin necklace is a hand-formed, solid bronze coin with a gold-filled chain.
Julie Spako crafts beautiful dinnerware out of high fire grolleg porcelain, firing her pieces in oxidation, reduction and soda. Each piece is hand drawn using slip trailing. The platter is high fire porcelain with a hand drawn mandala pattern; the center of the flower design is finished with 24k gold which has been fired onto the platter.
Each pillow in Zetland855's collection is dual sided, mixing vibrant wax print patterns inspired by the Caribbean homeland of Nevis with a contemporary menswear textile inspired by the artist's Southern roots. The Charlestown pillow was the first in the Zetland855 collection and is the capital of Nevis. Each pattern builds on Charlestown to create a layered interior.
Established in 2010 by Jess Decelle, Fox & Brie is a line of handcrafted accessories specializing in neckties, bow ties, bandanas and custom weddings. Each limited edition item is handmade by Decelle in her Austin studio from vintage and deadstock fabrics that she has collected from around the world. Fox & Brie aims to produce well-designed and stylish goods for the modern gentleman.
Luella is a brand of T-shirts, accessories and more run by Caroline Kolbe and based out of Austin. In this giveaway, you'll receive a Dolly Parton Vibes tee, two vintage motel-inspired keychains, and an assortment of enamel pins.
This just might be the most stylish way you've ever hung your plants. The Poppy's Milk Voco planter is made of vegan leather and is hand stitched with fade resistant cotton, and comes with a 22-inch steel chain for hanging. The interior seams are sealed with 100-percent silicone so that nothing will drip on your rug. It's perfect for indoor use, and especially ideal for small plants like succulents.
Based in New Braunfels, Seven Summers Old specialize in crafted handmade products, such as macrame and dreamcatchers, that are inspired through nature to create modern, rustic and unique pieces for your home. Everything is designed and made with natural materials. The macrame antler piece features a deer antler from a small vintage junk yard in the Texas hill country, and is adorned with a macrame design knotted with 100-percent cotton rope.