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De-Stash Bash This Weekend

LeAnn Stephenson

Hi all! I wanted to put a fun event on your radar. Jennifer Perkins is hosting a De-Stash Bash at the TOMS Shoes on S. Congress April 26th from 11-5pm. Her recommendation is to think of it like a group arts and crafts garage sale.

According to Jennifer this event will be like Michaels, Hobby Lobby, Etsy and a flea market all rolled into one without the long lines, politics, postage fees and dust. Plus there will be a band and free drinks.

Some of Austin’s craftiest people are coming together to set up shop and help others start their own crafty adventures. Don’t come looking for finished items, this is all about the supplies. The artists involved are clearing out their craft closets for a major de-stash! Here are a few things you might find:  Vintage beads, sewing trim, collage ephemera, yarn, raft books and magazines, fabric (new and vintage), buttons, scrapbook supplies, and jewelry findings.

Vendors include….

Jennifer Perkins formally The Naughty Secretary Club, Anne Marie Beard of AnneMarie: Style for the Individual, Leslie Bonnell of Stitch Lab, Chia of Chia Hats, Sierra Baily of Manic Trout, Lisa Chouinard - Feto Soap, Becka Spellman - Baby Bolt

Internal Vision: Aleksandra Nogina & Crafthunters

LeAnn Stephenson

Seems I have a new crush . . . the recipient of my infatuation is a blog called CRAFTHUNTERS. The creator and editor of CRAFTHUNTERS is Aleksandra Nogina.

Only a year old, launching in May of 2011, the sight is dedicated to the craft world: here you can find cool crafthunters’ pics, some fresh and simple DIY ideas from across the craft stylish universe and, of course, meet the most talented craftsmen on the planet.

Noginas' goal is to discover some new names in the craft universe and dish on what she loves, desires, and admires. It's a ideal blog for those of us whose style is defined by an internal vision.

P.S.: To become a crafthunter read here.   Follow her on Pinterest here or like her Facebook page here.

The video above is just one of the many brilliant things that I found on her site. I keep being surprised by how ordinary things can transform into . . . Well, watch for yourself how to wear a shirt . . . . .

Happy weekend!

Video courtesy  CRAFTHUNTERS

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The Sprucettes are at it again!

LeAnn Stephenson

Kallie over at Spruce contacted me the other day to let me know that Amanda and Lizzie are offering Spring workshops.

Spring workshops schedule:

March 7-8: Make Your Statement Chair Class
April 11: Build a Bench Class
April 25-26: Make Your Green Statement Chair Class
May 9 : Build a Bench Class

You can find more registration information on their blog.

They recently announced the opening of their second Etsy store, Spruce Home Must-Haves. In this shop they will be featuring smaller statement items for your home.

In January they were Etsy's featured seller! Go here to see the interview.