Saturday, November 13, 2010

R.Steen Craft Sale Was Awesome As Usual

Marathon 1981
I just got back from this sale and it has not let me down.  It is a very simple, comfortable sale.  It is one of my favorites each year and I always end up spending more money there then any other sale. The kiddos are eating popcorn and watching Toy Story 3 so I have a moment to talk about my morning at R.E.Steen. :)

R.E.Steen was a mix of knitwear, handmade dolls & stuffies, jewelry, soap, photography, art, tasty treats for all, and more.  I picked up my stock of soaps made by Soaps N Stuff and Sandy's Soap.  I got a beautiful headband with feathers from Calamity Ayne, knit dish clothes, button earrings for my girl for Christmas, cloth bookmarks, blueberry raspberry jam, African hot sauce, art postcards by Marathon 1981, sugar cookies, and a soapstone dish made in Kenya. 

I was not a very thoughtful shopper today because I forgot to get business cards.  I can't feature many of the artisans. :(  Sorry.  If I miss someone please let me know and I will add it to the list.  :)

Calamity Ayne art and design

Soaps N Stuff

Sandy's Soap

Marathon 1981

1 comment:

marathon1981 said...

THanks for the props Jennifer! All the best!