BY Susan in Crafty on Jun 06, 2010 |
Last Friday, Tracie Howarth, of Brooklyn Charm, generously invited the BUST staff to treat themselves at her new shop in Williamsburg. We had a blast! Everyone managed to find some really cool pieces. Tracie and her staff are the best! They helped us take the various beads, charms, doodads, and whatsits that we picked out and make awesome jewelry.
Every customer that came in the door was so excited to be there, we couldn't help but have fun. One woman ... Read More
BY Sophie Johnson in Crafty on Jun 04, 2010 |
Hey everybody, the BUST 2010 Spring Craftacular photos are here! Check out these awesome photos taken by Tom Starkweather featuring our vendors and all the great folks that came out to Brooklyn to hang with us at the Warsaw! It was amazing to see so many stylish and creative people in one place (vendors AND patrons alike!). Thanks again!
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BY Web Intern in Crafty on Jun 04, 2010 |
This charming, illustrated bladder was drawn by I Heart Guts, a company that creates whimsical cartoon organs with a mission of love for our bodies and their bits. It gets better- you can now wear your organs now as an accessory too. And who can deny the sarcastic jargon that comes with recognizing our bodies? Urine for a treat with this golden gem. So next time you’re hating your bladder for that painful UTI which never seems to go away; let this ... Read More
BY Catie Colliton in Crafty on May 28, 2010 |
Mark Frauenfelder of Make magazine gives us five more reasons to DIY. Apparently, making mistakes while DIY-ing is good for you because it gives you more inspiration. Make something crafty this weekend!
Image: bear-centaur ... Read More
BY Sophie Johnson in Crafty on May 24, 2010 |
BUST magazine would like to thank all the vendors and shoppers who came to the 2010 BUST Spring Craftacular yesterday. We hope you had as much fun as we did!
The turnout included families, fashionistas, and even some furry friends. It was great to see such a wide variety of people gathered in one place to support our independently owned artisans. (I was especially excited to be able to get a plate of perogies and a gin/tonic at the same place.)
If you ... Read More