Many of L.A.'s most talented makers will be setting up shop at Renegade Craft Fair in L.A. State Historic Park on July 8 and 9, 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 16 of the event's top vendors (a value totaling $2,137). You can also drop by the Time Out Los Angeles booth (#17!) to take a look at all the goods up for grabs and to enter the giveaway in person. The lucky winner will be announced Friday, July 14!
Win these Renegade Craft Fair goods
Ultimate pamper kit from The Belle & Beast Organics, $150
The Belle & Beast Organics provides handcrafted all-natural, organic beauty products for both women and men who don't take themselves too seriously. Treat yourself with this kit that includes Lip Polish, Coffee Face + Bum Scrub, a French Lavender Nighttime Face Polish, DIY mask trio to include: a Detox Mask, Rose Calming Mask, and a Brightening Mask, as well as an Under Eye Serum and Antioxidant Face Oil.
Confetti cups from Freundeskreis Goods, $70
Freundeskreis Goods is a collection of ceramics and accessories, designed and handmade by artist Sarah Ritz. Freundeskreis celebrates the marriage of simple form and color, honoring a spectrum of inspiration from simple desert landscapes to the set of Pee-Wee's Playhouse.
High Water shirt from California Cowboy, $135
The High Water shirt is California Cowboy's flagship product. Designed with apres-surf and pool parties in mind, this Hunter S. Thompson-and-James Bond inspired reinvention of the 1950s-era cabana suit is hand sewn in California. The High Water’s proprietary and innovative terrycloth lining works like a towel, and the prints are all orginal and hand-painted.
Four air plant crystal gardens from Falcon and Finch, $126
Falcon and Finch creates beautiful ways to combine crystals and air plants, and are inspired by the fascinating qualities of its materials, as well as a spiritual sense of the natural world. Included in this collection of four are celestite, rose quartz, quartz and amethyst.
Bedford bag from Mokuyobi, $85
Mokuyobi is a fun, colorful company that designs backpacks, accessories and clothing, led by the desire to create something different and new using bold colors, magic and awesome sauce. The classic Bedford bag is an all-in-one backpack, over-the-shoulder bag and tote that transforms to suit your needs; it's made of water resistant nylon and has a laptop sleeve.
Mateo clutch from 2x4 Los Angeles, $98
2x4 Los Angeles is a handmade, detail-rich leather goods and accessories line based in Los Angeles. The company donates half of its proceeds to Union Rescue Mission in Downtown L.A. to aid in the rehabilitation of the homeless population of our city.
Shipwreck earrings from Alana Douvros Jewelry, $200
Alana Douvros Jewelry products are handmade with recycled precious metals and minimally processed gemstones as well as other natural materials. The Shipwreck series of jewelry is inspired by ancient shipwrecks, rough and mysterious in nature but also sparkly and alluring like treasure recovered from deep within the sea. These earrings are made from raw pyrite stone with black patina bronze and 14k gold-filled French ear wires.
Two decoupage glass table-trays from Why Girls Go Astray, $115
Why Girls Go Astray is a purveyor of eccentric, extraordinary decoupage wares for the home, specializing in utilizing 18th- and 19th-century techniques and imagery, as seen on the 6x10" Cherry Blossoms tray and the 5x8" Grammar of Ornament tray from their 2017 collection.
Belle dress and coffee pour-over kit from Jane & Sienna, $279
Inspired by a warm mid-century homestead with a modern twist, Jane & Sienna designs and collects a luxurious selection of dinnerware and inimitable linen collections. The coffee pour-over kit includes a ceramic coffee dripper and pitcher and comes in various colors. The Belle apron-style wrap dress has a feminine touch with ruffles and a long strap that goes around the waist to adjust the size.
Ceramic pendant from Alyson Iwamoto, $120
Alyson Iwamoto's Japanese heritage and L.A. roots deeply influence her work. The crackle glaze on this handmade necklace was inspired by Japanese tea cups and the California desert. It is hand-painted with 18k gold luster and rests on an adjustable leather cord.
The Wanderer Kit and the Commuter Tote from Calila Designs, $186
Calila Designs was born out of the principles and philosophies found in minimalism. The Wanderer Kit is the perfect fold flat travel kit companion, used as a dopp kit or makeup bag, containing all items right on the bathroom sink in the unique tray design. The Commuter Tote has clean lines and a classic style while being versatilve and sturdy, with a water bottle sleeve and quick access pocket to interior laptop storage.
Essential oils, salts, lotion bar and lip balm from Lark Skin Co., $103
Lark Skin Co. is an all-natural line of minimalist and multifunctional skincare products, all handmade with love in small batches. This collection includes the Night + Day Crystal Infused Essential Oil Blends, New Moon Ritual Salts, Lavender + Mint Lotion Bar and Mint + Honey Lip Balm.
Vase and earrings from One Bright Morning, $105
One Bright Morning is focused on creating unique functional and wearable ceramic objects, like this geometric ceramic vase with hand painted patterns and a pair of gold-dipped ceramic studs.
Three Quentin Tarantino shirts from Paper8, $105
Paper8 is dedicated to bringing you one-of-a-kind artwork and apparel from artist Matt Warren. By re-imagining and altering elements from a film’s marketing campaign, like composition, bits of dialog, typeface, color and still photos, Warren plays with his audiences’ sense of familiarity, while framing the film in a fresh way. These shirts are from three Quentin Tarantino classics: Pulp Fiction, True Romance and Kill Bill.
Camera strap and key clip from Small Batch Supply Co., $115
Small Batch Supply Co. makes useful goods in small batches like this all-leather camera strap made with solid copper rivets and a sturdy key clip. Every component is produced and finished in the United States, including the leather, clip and rivet. The copper rivet is the ultimate in beauty and strength.
Two vases from Ren Vois, $145
Ren Vois is the ceramic design studio of fashion designer-turned-potter Tina Huang. Working exclusively with porcelain, she hand-colors and throws each piece on the wheel to create a unique marble effect. Every piece is one of a kind, including these two vases in tangerine and lavender-marbled porcelain measuring 6" and 4" tall.
Renegade Craft Fair 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 6/27/17 through 7/9/17 at 11:45PM PT. 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 $2,137.
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.