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Crafeteria 2013 Lineup Announced

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On First Friday, December 6, head to Medlock Plaza to celebrate all things DIY. More than 50 local artists will showcase their 100 percent handmade products at the eighth Annual Crafeteria, hosted by Frances.

Vendors were selected through a juried process, and their wares will include letterpress cards, holiday ornaments, knits, accessories, and sweet treats.

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With Christmas coming up, Crafeteria provides shoppers with an opportunity to find one-of-a-kind gifts while supporting local business.

Here's this year's lineup of vendors:

  • Kooky Krafts
  • Xappaland
  • Danielle Hacche
  • Pure Life Forever
  • Jar of Buttons
  • Blvck Designs
  • James Society
  • B. Luxe
  • Scout Handmade
  • Arizona Olive Wood
  • Gear-Grinders Creations

The lineup continues on the next page.

  • Lynne Bonnett
  • Iron and Dibble
  • Santo Press
  • Gilded She
  • From the Relinquery
  • Megumi Lemons
  • Humble House Handmade
  • Josie
  • Against the Grain
  • Crafty Chica
  • Fold
  • Standard Wax
  • Bliss Art Cafe
  • Palm to Pine Handmade & Iron Root
  • Crafty Modern
  • Urban Cookies Bakeshop
  • Terrarian & PeaboPots
  • Well & Good Truffles
  • Handmade Riot
  • Maple House & Blackstocks Supply Co.
  • The Coffee Chop
  • MerMade Jewelry
  • Steam Crow

In addition to these vendors, there will be live music from Greenwood Sidee sponsored by Stinkweeds, and eats from hot dog food truck Short Leash.

The free marketplace is open from 6 to 10 p.m. on Friday, December 6.

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