Many of L.A.’s most talented makers will be setting up shop at Renegade Craft Fair in L.A. State Historic Park on December 9 and 10, and Time Out is giving you the opportunity to take home a fat stack of goods from the best of the best. Enter below for your chance to win goodies from 20 of the event’s top vendors (a value totaling $2,538). You can also drop by the Time Out Los Angeles table (booth #7) to take a look at all the goods up for grabs and to enter the giveaway in person. The lucky winner will be announced December 13!
Win these Renegade Craft Fair goods
Candles from DFC Candles, $81
D.F.C. Candles is an artisan candle company based in Los Angeles, CA that pairs the transformative fragrances of nature with sleek, modern design. D.F.C. stands for desert, forest, coast—each represented in a series of custom fragrances inspired by Californian landscapes. You’ll walk away with three, eight-ounce soy candles, including Desert Wind, Balsam Fir and High Tide.
Umbrella from Business and Pleasure, $250
Hailing from Byron Bay, Australia, Business & Pleasure Co. (or B&PCo.) makes beautiful items for the shade. All of their products are made to last, using only the utmost premium materials and hardware. They’re giving away a fringe umbrella, made for either the beach or the patio.
Body scrub and perfume from SIGIL SCENT, $135
SIGIL SCENT's unisex fragrances and body care products are free of harsh chemicals and synthetics. Instead, they’re brimming with the energy of real flowers and plants. The giveaway includes a plant-based exfoliating body scrub plus ground eau de parfum, which evokes ancient forests, meditative states, damp moss between toes and blood orange bourbons
Briefs from Goods Mfg Co, $100
Goods Mfg Co was created by a group of likeminded friends living in Los Angeles. The brand attributes their close network of artists, skateboarders and musicians to their success. Products—like these four pairs of briefs—consist of cotton fiber and are made in sustainable factories using premium fabrics.
Wallet from the Goods, $120
Born and raised in L.A., the Goods is committed to designing and crafting products that are distinct in every detail. The Fold provides more space than regular slim wallets while still remaining stylish with its leather construction and minimalistic look. Equipped with four card slots, two hidden slots and a bill holder compartment, it is an easy fit for all the cards, ID and cash you have.
Soap and candles from Fiddle Fish, $98
Fiddle Fish is a home and body line created by Jessica Aiello, who launched the brand by upcycling glass jars into unique, hand-crafted soy candles. In addition, Fiddle Fish has a line of body products including goat’s milk soap and detoxifying bath soaks—all are included in this giveaway.
Dopp kit from Made in Mayhem, $140
Started by a husband and wife team in 2012 in Orange County, Made in Mayhem is dedicated to making premium leather goods and supporting a local network of suppliers and leather artisans in Los Angeles. Their leather dopp kit is soft and smooth on the outside, and wide and easily cleanable on the inside.
Four cappuccino mugs from Corrin Ceramics, $140
Corrin Ceramics is a ceramic home wares company, designed and produced by Alexandra Corrin, in Los Angeles. The designs are inspired by the beauty in simple things, Scandinavian and mid-century modern design principles, and the effortless balance of nature. Each item—including this set of mugs—is handmade on the pottery wheel and glazed with a unique, organic and bright color palette.
Letterpress prints from Lady Bones Print Co., $180
Lady Bones Print Co. is focused on using ink for extraordinary things: paper products, home goods and more, all using traditional artisan printing and marbling techniques. Annemarie Munn began Lady Bones as a side project in San Francisco and has transitioned into a full-time operation in the Valley. For Renegade, these two framed metallic letterpress art prints feature lines from the company’s mini-zine, Create Your Own Economy, and are meant to inspire hope and perseverance in those living the creative life.
Necklace from Minkara, $140
Minkara makes handcrafted jewelry that focuses on minimalist designs and organic, subtle shapes to create unique outstanding pieces for effortless style. This light and delicate necklace, made of 14K rose gold and a sterling silver chain, features a spiral. As a part of the Universe collection, the spiral is inspired by the idea that everything is somehow connected in this world.
Three DIY jewelry kits from the Bijou Factory, $106
The Bijou Factory shows the world how to make jewelry one kit at a time. These modern DIY jewelry kits are made in Venice with luxurious materials and no pliers are ever needed. This giveaway includes: the semi-precious torque kit, the minimalist pendant kit and the five geo bracelets kit, which all feature semi-precious stones and can be made in less than 30 minutes.
Skincare collection from LĒNUS Handcrafted, $114
LĒNUS Handcrafted is a San Diego-based non-toxic botanical skincare collection made to enrich a healthy lifestyle. Effective and uncommon skincare formulations are crafted with cold pressed organic oils, local raw honey and scented with thoughtfully selected pure essential oils. This giveaway includes a face cleanser, daily moisturizer, toner, face scrub, face mask and body cream.
Printed goods from My Name Is Not Darren, $103
My Name Is Not Darren is a screenprinting studio in Downtown Los Angeles that features items made by the designer from start to finish. This bright and humorous collection includes a stuffie, a tote bag, an 8x10 print, four greeting cards and three pins.
Vase from ZZIEE Ceramics, $110
ZZIEE Ceramics is the work of Elizabeth Eisenstein, a sculptor and potter based in Joshua Tree. Each unique, wheel thrown or hand built object straddles the divide between pottery and sculpture. In addition to finding copious inspiration in the landscape of the high desert, she is equally inspired by the work of master Japanese potters and that of first-graders; you’ll find that sense of fun in this stoneware vase with a classic Grecian shape and unique beaded glaze.
Apothecary tea from NEAKITA, $110
A NEAKITA is a Native American wild rose. As legend goes, where a mother’s tear hits the earth this wild rose will grow—a sign from the Great One to give her strength. Inspired by ancestral teachings, NEAKITA offers restorative tea blends, like this apothecary collection, for health and vitality. In honor of a regenerative system, a tree is planted for every tea sold.
Patches and pins from No Man’s Press, $80
No Man’s Press is a one-woman show run by graphic designer and pin and patch collector Jourdan Enriquez. This giveaway includes one patch of the actual view from her Hollywood apartment window, five enamel pins and two felt pennants.
Greeting cards from the Good Twin, $99
The Good Twin is owned and operated by Katie Wilson—yes, she is indeed a twin—in Los Angele with help from a small human team and her pug assistants. All illustration and type work is hand drawn with love and printed locally, including this boxed set of six cards with envelopes, seven assorted greeting cards and four assorted enamel pins.
Bags and home decor from Bowkey Works, $142
Bowkey Works is a home decor and accessories company based in Long Beach, run by husband and wife team Allan and Karey. They work on developing simple, modern products in a fun collection of colors and prints. This giveaway package includes a number of items covered in shibori and watercolor prints, including a pencil bag, reversible fabric basket, pillow cover, tote bag, coin pouch and Christmas stocking.
Toffee from McFaddy Candy Co., $150
McFaddy Candy founder Kate Ellis knows that toffee and back surgery don’t go hand in hand, but Kate came out of three days of scoliosis surgery with a straight spine and clear vision: to start a company making toffee based on her mom’s recipe. McFaddy makes premium quality natural candy in a variety of unique flavors, which for this giveaway includes pecan pie, holiday stripes, pumpkin spice, salted and Himalayan dark. A portion of every online sale is donated to the Spinal Research Foundation.
Ceramic basket from Jess Carter Ceramics, $140
Jess Carter Ceramics produces highly functional and thoughtful ceramic art. Each piece—including this food and microwave safe pale yellow ceramic basket—is handcrafted by Jess in her San Diego studio with careful consideration to function and design.
Time Out Renegade Craft Fair Maker Giveaway Official Rules
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 12/1/17 through 12/13/17 at 9:00AM 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. Total prize valued at $2,538.
DISCLAIMER AND WAIVER: Time Out does not endorse or make any representation about the prize or quality of the services that are part of the prize. By participating in this contest, entrants agree to receive promotional emails from Time Out and waive any claims against Time Out arising out of use of the prize and related services. The odds of winning are relative to the number of correct, eligible entries received; winners will be drawn at random from this pool.